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Embrace Progressive Discipline

Embrace Progressive Discipline

 Although difficult, it’s important that every front line leader learns how to embrace progressive discipline as a tool to create behavior change. Before we go any further, let’s make sure we all understand what we mean by progressive discipline. It’s the process of applying increasingly severe consequences when an employee fails to correct a […]

Great Leaders Listen

Great Leaders Listen

 One of the key leadership attributes that will make you successful is your ability to listen to your group. When you think about some of the people that you consider to be the most effective communicators, chances are that they’re great listeners. When you listen better as a leader a few things will happen: […]

Is Your Leadership Disengaged?

Is Your Leadership Disengaged?

 Is your leadership disengaged? When you as a leader are disengaged, it causes your employees to be disengaged. Many companies are trying to increase their employee engagement, but what if the root cause is that the leader is disengaged? Think of employee engagement like the transmission in your car. When the transmission is disengaged […]

Leaders Who Shouldn’t Be Leaders

Leaders Who Shouldn’t Be Leaders

 There are leaders out there who shouldn’t be leaders. The reality is, for every 15 to 20 supervisors there’s usually one or two who aren’t up to the challenge, and they’re holding back their team from achieving more. The interesting thing is that, given the chance, many of those struggling leaders would gladly go […]

Leadership Traits of Favorite Bosses and Teachers

Leadership Traits of Favorite Bosses and Teachers

 We all want to be liked by others. But when you’re in a leadership role, focusing on being liked by your team can cause disastrous results. Think back to your favorite teacher in high school or college. At first, you might think of the teacher who was the easiest on you. But when you […]