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Confessions of a First-Level Leader: My Boss is a Micromanager
Jimmy McDermott shares some advice on how to handle a boss that is a micromanager. Once you understand why they are micromanaging, you can determine a more effective approach.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I get so Nervous During Presentations That it’s Affecting my Credibility
Don’t let your nerves affect your ability to deliver presentations effectively. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help you calm your nerves and to present with confidence.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I Can't get my Team to Take Ownership of the Goals We've Set
Leena Rinne shares three steps to help your team take ownership and to hold each other accountable to the goals they have set.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: My Team Resents me for Being Boss
Going from team player to team coach can be tricky, but hiding from resentful people will only make things worse. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help new leaders handle resentment.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: What Makes a Leader Great
What makes a leader great isn't always what you may think. Leena Rinne shares three elements to help new first-level leaders transition into their role.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: We're Overwhelmed
Jimmy McDermott shares some advice for leaders of teams that are overwhelmed.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I'm Not 100% Sure I Know What I'm Doing
Leena Rinne shares some advice for new first-level leaders who aren't confident they know what they're doing.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: There's no Time for 1-on-1s With my Team
1-on-1s are key to building high-engagement and maintaining accountability. They are simply too important to skip. Make them part of your leadership toolkit with these seven steps.
Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I'm Unprepared to Give Tough Feedback
Giving tough feedback is a challenge that first-level leaders face on a regular basis. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help first-level leaders with this uncomfortable aspect of their job.
Unconscious Bias Overview
Unconscious biases affect how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations, often limiting potential, inhibiting performance, and leading to poor decisions.
Attribution Bias In The Workplace
Attribution bias is the tendency to have different rationale for your own behavior versus that of others. Irene Stone shares ways to identify and address attribution bias in the workplace.
Everyone Has Biases
It's normal to have bias, and as long as we are actively trying to counteract it, bias shouldn't interfere in our work or relationships.
If I Confront Bias, Won't It Just Create More Division?
Effectively addressing bias means being both bold and careful. Sydney Eichers shares some ways to be bold and courageous to address bias in the workplace.
How Can Addressing Bias Improve Organizational Results?
Research has shown that organizations that address bias achieve better organizational results. Jimmy McDermott shares how addressing bias impacts engagement, performance, and impacts the bottom line.
Negativity Bias In The Workplace
Kory Kogon discusses negativity bias in the workplace and how to avoid it by not allowing one negative thing to override many positive things.
We are Bias Machines
Have you ever wondered where biases come from? Brandon Stone shares how we as humans create biases.
Ways To Act With Courage
How we cope with bias can be different in every situation. Kory Kogon shares some ways to act with courage when addressing bias.
How Does Identity Relate To Bias?
Identity matters. Each of our unique identifiers is a lens through which we experience life. Brandon Stone explains how some identifiers grant advantages and disadvantages.
Three Common Bias Traps
Mike Hassett explains three common bias traps where we are more prone than usual to rely on biased thinking.
Is Everyone Biased?