Mentors Who and Where are They

Clipped from: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/308778?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeedsThis story originally appeared on Personal Branding BlogI wanted to share with all my readers.  Please review A mentor can help you get ahead of your co-workers and...

How to Handle the Challenges of Being a New Leader

In our own lives, we often change for the better. Our physical appearance, appliances in our homes, our lifestyle, our daily choices, and so on. This also applies to organizations; new leaders provide fresh ideas and innovative approaches to be able to grasp success....

Building Great Leaders: What Does It Take?

As we venture into a world where change is a permanent thing, humanity will need people who will guide them through constant inventions and innovations in this unpredictable world. These are the leaders who carry the responsibility for the betterment of the people....

Risk and Leadership

Risk — we’ve got to be analytical and disciplined, and it’s often technical. Leadership — it’s all about having a vision and setting a strategy. Wharton Professor Michael Useem Are Risk and Leadership two sides of the same coin?

Conflict, Conflict, Conflict – Fix it

Our effectiveness in dealing with conflict is a statement of our ability to be a Leader. The first rule to manage conflict is to maintain control of yourself. You have three choices when it comes to handling conflict and you should stop and consider them all before...

How to Actually Leave Work on Time

There’s a lot to do. There always is. You sit at your desk well past quittin’ time each day to ensure it gets all done, but in the end, you suffer for it. It’s okay to leave work on time, and these tips can help you make it a habit. Ditch the Guilt “When is it okay to...