Category Archives: Leadership Skills

How Founders Can Demonstrate Leadership in Turbulent Times

Jim Marggraff — April 1, 2019 Follow @JimMarggraff — April 1, 2019 As a business leader, you’re bound to face turbulence — whether it’s financial, technological, or sociopolitical. How you handle these challenges is the true test. At some point in your new business, you’re going to run into turbulent times. You might discover your … Continue reading How Founders Can Demonstrate Leadership in Turbulent Times

4 Important Traits for Being a Successful Leader at Any Organization

Steven Handmaker — March 19, 2019 Follow @handmaker — March 19, 2019 Great leaders come from all walks of life. Growing up, being the ever-important line leader in class was a great accomplishment. A couple years later it was fighting for the captain spot of the debate or basketball team. Fast forward again, and now … Continue reading 4 Important Traits for Being a Successful Leader at Any Organization

Execs and Leaders: 3 Reasons Why the Ship Doesn’t Move When You Turn the Wheel

Ed Muzio — March 1, 2019 Follow @edmuzio — March 1, 2019 You’ve got the title, the corner office and the perks. But most of all, you’ve got a realistic picture of the job: to be an executive or senior leader is to be the person with whom the buck stops. Small, isolated problems arise … Continue reading Execs and Leaders: 3 Reasons Why the Ship Doesn’t Move When You Turn the Wheel

Selecting Future Leaders: 4 Essential Characteristics To Look For

Darleen DeRosa — February 20, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — February 20, 2019 In our experience, successful leaders tend to share many of the same characteristics. They possess superior communication and organizational skills, confidence, and an ability to delegate. These strengths are vital to achieving consistent results, but truly transformative leaders have abilities in a few … Continue reading Selecting Future Leaders: 4 Essential Characteristics To Look For

Why You Need to Cut Out the Leadership Ghosting

Liz Kislik — February 18, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — February 18, 2019 There’s been much discussion recently about job candidates ghosting potential employers, and perhaps even worse, employees ghosting their actual employers. But there’s another longstanding practice that creates disruption and negative feelings: Some managers ghost their own employees. Managers can be slow to respond … Continue reading Why You Need to Cut Out the Leadership Ghosting