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Three Tips to Help You Become a More Curious Leader
Of all the significant leadership characteristics and behaviors, one of the most important is curiosity. Take the example of a driver cutting off another driver in traffic. Most reactions would be one of anger or aggravation. A curious person might wonder what kind of day that person is having or[...]
Three Tips for Creating a Positive Work Environment
What can you do to create a positive work environment for your team? People would prefer to work in a positive environment more than in a negative one. You, as a frontline leader, have a tremendous impact on the attitude of your work group. Even if the overall climate in[...]
Three Tips to Avoid Silos
Silos can form in your organization where there is unintended competition or rivalries between departments, production teams, locations and shifts. Think of a grain silo sitting outside a barn in the country. The function of the silo is to separate and protect the good contents on the inside and keep away[...]
Three Tips to Help Improve The Performance of Your Bottom Performer
Most leaders will have one or two members on the team that are considered low performers or who have negative attitudes. As a great leader, you need to know how to turn around your bottom performers. If the leader isn’t self-aware, he or she might tend to always focus on the[...]
The Top Five Employee Excuses and the Leader’s Response
To be a better leader, you need to know the top five employee excuses for performance and behavior issues. This Leader Feeder offers you a sure-fire formula for handling employee excuses when the do come up. When a leader addresses a behavior or performance problem, the team member might offer[...]