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Hypocrisy and Egotism: Me-Deep in Fooling Myself
  By: Jim Clemmer
Hypocrisy is "the practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness." Authentic leadership is from the inside out. When we are true to ourselves and actively blaze our own leadership pathway, it's impossible to be a leadership hypocrite -- despite how others might see us.

Improving Your Leadership Skills
  By: G.A. (Andy) Marken

If you want to build loyalty for you and your organization, your products and your goals, you have to constantly refine your leadership talents.

Whether you're working at the retail, distribution or manufacturing level; the development of a successful team means you must bring forth the extra effort and support required today to compete in a tough, aggressive, ruthless market.

 


Interested in Leadership, or Committed to Becoming a Leader?
  By: Jim Clemmer
Many managers in leadership roles have stunted personal growth. We can focus on the gain of improvement, by keeping our preferred future and purpose firmly in front of us, and develop the "habit" of personal improvement.

Leaders And Luddites
  By: Ed Konczal
In the early 1800s England, a group of people called the Luddites fought the introduction of new technology in the woolen industry. You would think that we've learned something over two centuries. Wrong.

Leaders are Learned Optimists
  By: Jim Clemmer
Optimists excite and arouse others to action by helping them see, believe in, and reach for what could be. To become effective leaders -- to see beyond what is to what could be -- we need to become "learned optimists."

Leaders Energize and Engage the Workforce
  By: Gregory P. Smith
After a professional lifetime identifying what it takes to transform ordinary organizations into extraordinary organizations, I know work can be awfully boring unless someone at the top shakes everything up!

Leaders Shape Focus and Context
  By: Jim Clemmer
Strong leaders connect and energize people. They work tirelessly to ensure that no ones loses sight of what it's all about.

Leadership - What's Love Got to do with It?
  By: Lisa Earle McLeod

We want our customers to love us.

We want our employees to love their jobs. Yet if you bring up the "L word" in the context of leadership, people get uncomfortable.


Leadership and Change
  By: Joe Rodriguez
To move an organization to change we depend on mobilizing the knowledge of the workers to align it with the goals of the enterprise and in the relationships created determining the ability to work together.

Leadership for Project Managers
  By: Jim Owens PMP
They say that, a manager "does the thing right", and a leader "does the right thing”. They also say that, “A leader is born, not made,” but none of these statements have much to do with real leadership. Oh sure, most leaders do the right thing most of the time, but what the “right thing” is, and who gets to decide what the right thing is? And who are “they” anyway and how does one get to become one?

Leadership Lessons
  By: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
Leadership Lesson 1: "Why CAN'T We Do It?" | Leadership Lesson 2: "I'm Glad You Asked" | Leadership Lesson 3: "Why Did You Do It That Way?"

Leadership Lessons from Everyday Heroes
  By: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
Discovering and developing leaders right under your nose could change your life and your own results as a leader

Leadership Lessons from the US Marines
  By: Wally Bock
Challenge your people and they'll do great things. That's the first of many lessons I learned in the Marines. Here are some others.

Leadership Needed More Than Ever
  By: Gregory P. Smith
What is the difference between a manager and a leader? Answer: EVERYTHING.

Leadership – Do We Know What It Is? 4 Pointers To Start You On The Road To Becoming A Leader
  By: Bob Selden
It might be reasonable to assume that leadership can be developed. However, there has been and still is, considerable debate on the issue. Even the experts are divided. This article shows how everyone, irrespective of their position, can develop leadership skills.


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