Leadership Development

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  • Is Leadership Right For You?

    Is Leadership Right For You?

    Senior leadership must be brutally honest, pragmatic, and clear about how hard this job is, what it really takes, and what it's going to take from you—and maybe even take away from you.

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  • What's Your 'Best By' Date?

    What's Your 'Best By' Date?

    Each professional role has an expiration date. Scott Miller shares some questions you can ask yourself to determine whether you have reached yours.

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  • Apologize without Excuse

    Apologize without Excuse

    Do you know how to apologize without excuse? Learn how here.

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  • Choose Abundance

    Choose Abundance

    Do you know what choosing abundance means? Read this tip to learn more.

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  • Being a Good Leaders VS Your Team Having a Good Leader1:27

    Being a Good Leaders VS Your Team Having a Good Leader

    In this clip, Todd explains the difference between wanting to be a good leader and wanting your team to have a good leader.

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  • Share Your Challenges

    Share Your Challenges

    Learn why you should share your challenges with this helpful leadership tip.

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  • Update Templates

    Update Templates

    Your communication can never be too streamline. Check out this tip for creating smooth communication.

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  • Follow Ethics

    Follow Ethics

    Most of us think we’d never do something unethical, but research shows plenty of us do-- perhaps because it's easy to overlook or justify the harm we do by focusing on the good.

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  • Stop Playing Favorites

    Stop Playing Favorites

    Whether it's your friends or your coworkers, don't let favoritism come into play. Learn how to avoid it with this helpful tip.

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  • Avoid Gossip

    Avoid Gossip

    Participating in or spreading gossip is one of the quickest ways your can lose trust with others.

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  • Managing a Micromanager

    Managing a Micromanager

    Being micromanaged is frustrating and can kill engagement. Learn the first step to managing a micromanager with this helpful tip.

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  • Avoid Burnout

    Avoid Burnout

    It’s easy to ignore yourself to focus on others. Avoid burnout to keep yourself mentally sharp and physically healthy.

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  • Lead Through Change

    Lead Through Change

    Change is the new normal. By the time you adjust to a change, another one is coming down the pipe. Learn how to effectively lead through change with this tip.

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  • Sit Back and Listen

    Sit Back and Listen

    One of the most common 1-on-1 mistakes leaders make is talking more than their direct report. Here is a tip on effectively running a 1-on-1.

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  • The Best Time for Feedback

    The Best Time for Feedback

    Feedback is an essential element of effective coaching and a major tool when it comes to developing your team. Learn to discern when it’s needed and when you should reserve comment.

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  • Be Accountable

    Be Accountable

    A common challenge for leaders is to get their teams to take ownership for the goals they have set. Learn how taking accountability can strengthen your leadership.

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  • Leading an Overwhelmed Team

    Leading an Overwhelmed Team

    Sometimes saying "No" to new projects isn't always an option. If you're leading an overwhelmed team, try these simple tips.

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  • Lead Through Change

    Lead Through Change

    Change is now the norm. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by change. Here are some tips on leading through change.

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  • Kind. Swift. Clear.

    Kind. Swift. Clear.

    Scott Miller shares three key points to remember the next time you face one of the most difficult responsibilities of leadership - having to terminate, layoff, or fire an employee.

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  • The Habits Most Important to Leaders1:02

    The Habits Most Important to Leaders

    In this clip, Jennifer Colosimo, senior vice president and co-author with the late Dr. Stephen R. Covey, describes the most important habits for leaders to utilize with their teams.

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