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Changes Almost Never Go According to Plan
 How many change initiatives in your organization have gone according to the original game plan? Likely either none or very few. As a result, it would be easy to get cynical every time a new change initiative is launched. Should you get overly negative as a leader or should[...]
Too Busy to Lead?
 Being too busy can cause inefficiencies in your overall leadership. Many leaders want to do a better job at leading, but they get bogged down doing lots of tasks that take away their time from interacting with their teams. Dr. Linda Duxbury, from the University of Ottawa, did some[...]
The Good Thing About Incompetence
 Did you know that being conscious and transparent about incompetence can be a good thing? Most of us don’t like to be told that we’re incompetent. And in many cases, people tend to get defensive instead of admitting that they don’t know something. But it can be very helpful[...]
Stop Complaining About the Other Shift
 Does your team complain about how the other shift leaves your department in terms of messiness, low inventory or lack of supplies? In this leader feeder, we’re going to learn why you should stop complaining about the other shift. When the employees on your shift complain about the previous one, do you[...]
Successful Shift Startup Meetings
 You, as a front line leader, need to know how to conduct successful shift startup meetings to start your team’s day off right. Many leaders will conduct a short, five-minute meeting to start the shift. Sometimes it’s called a toolbox meeting or a tailboard meeting. It’s designed to be[...]
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