Ellie Batchiyska — January 9, 2019 Follow @ElitzaBee — January 9, 2019 Management. What we all strive for in some form or another. We desire to be promoted within our companies, to form and manage our own businesses, to have control over household activities. Whether it’s managing children, finances, or a staff, it’s a notorious … Continue reading To Lead & To Mislead: Common Misconceptions About Being in Charge
Liz King — January 5, 2019 Follow @lizkingevents — January 5, 2019 Veex / Pixabay It seems that everyone is obsessed with the words “influencer” and “thought leader”. Buzz words, yes. But a new concept? Absolutely not! Since the beginning of time, people purchase things from people they know, trust, and believe will do the … Continue reading How You Can Be a Thought Leader, Even When You Don’t Feel Like an “Expert”
David Tile — December 21, 2018 — December 21, 2018 There is no easy or right way to become a thought leader. There is no school you can go to or a seminar you can attend that will give you the experience or paperwork you need to be considered a thought leader. In fact, only … Continue reading Can You Become a Thought Leader In Your Industry?
Wendy Marx — December 19, 2018 Follow @wendymarx — December 19, 2018 Thought leadership strategy is like climbing a mountain. There’s no shortcuts. It takes a lot of time and effort to work your way to the top, but once you’re there, you have an amazing view. Plus, you have the advantage of towering over … Continue reading Thought Leadership Strategy: How to Crush It in B2B Business
Rick Lepsinger — December 13, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — December 13, 2018 Pexels / Pixabay Most decision makers tend to think of themselves as well-informed and objective in their approach. They may be surprised to learn, then, that smart people aren’t immune to making bad decisions. In fact, their confidence in their intellect and experience … Continue reading How to Make Unbiased Decisions
Stephanie Ockerman — December 13, 2018 Follow @thetravelchica — December 13, 2018 Servant-leaders must create a strong foundation that helps people feel empowered to take action, enables them to move forward in a common direction despite uncertainty, and to feel inspired and resourceful during challenging times. The 4 V’s can help you establish this strong … Continue reading Servant Leadership 101: The 4 V’s to Create a Strong Foundation
Janet Fouts — November 26, 2018 Follow @jfouts — November 26, 2018 As more and more executives are seeing the value of leadership coaching for themselves, they’re looking to provide coaching for their teams as well. In part to save money, but also to create an internal environment where the team learns together and collaboration … Continue reading Why Are More Companies Seeking Group Leadership Coaching? Because It Works!
Darleen DeRosa — November 16, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — November 16, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Generation Z makes up about 25 percent of the population, outnumbering both Baby Boomers and Millennials. Born between 1995 and 2010, the eldest members of Gen Z are entering the multigenerational workforce in large numbers, bringing with them a whole … Continue reading 4 Best Tips for Successful Leadership of Generation Z Employees
Yash Mehta — November 2, 2018 — November 2, 2018 Thought leaders are informed leaders who provide valuable opinions on specific issues based on their expertise in a particular field. They are reliable sources, who seek to motivate others through their innovative concepts and ideas. Becoming a thought leader is not a very easy task; … Continue reading Becoming a Thought Leader in 2019
Deborah Sweeney — November 1, 2018 Follow @MyCorporation — November 1, 2018 From manager to creative, small business owners are used to wearing a lot of different hats with their startups. Balancing out the role means being able to act as a leader and that requires certain skills. Every leader may be different, but they … Continue reading 5 Essential Leadership Skills Every Business Owner Needs