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September 25, 2013

Leadership: Seek Creativity from Staff by Asking Questions

Some managers may tell their staff that they welcome creativity, but professionals cannot respond in a vacuum. An experienced leader recognizes that creativity is best generated in asking questions that address a specific situation.  For instance, “what new methods can we utilize to develop sincerity and trust from our customers”?
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September 5, 2013

4 Signs You are Showing Your Arrogance

A problem many bosses have (maybe you?) is a tendency toward arrogance. Intentional or not -- it's a problem. Here are four ways to tell if your arrogance is showing.  1. Talking down to employees. Try to take note of how you talk when you are talking to or referring…
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Leadership and career
July 15, 2013

See Something, Say Nothing: Bad Culture Is Bad For Business

Chicago, Baltimore and Philadelphia are three examples of markets that struggle with a lot of violence in the streets. In these cities there is a “Stop snitching” culture, a suggestion that you should not cooperate with the authorities by sharing information about violent incidents and in some areas it has…
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February 11, 2013

Leading the Way to Success

  It’s hard to like a business if you don’t like its leadership. And a business that isn’t well liked is not a successful business. A successful business starts with good leadership. So what qualities are essential for good leaders to possess? Some are fairly simple and obvious; others are…
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June 1, 2011

Top 5 Keys to Leadership Career Advancement

As an executive search firm our clients consistently mention these 5 attributes they require when evaluating professionals for leadership roles. 1. Collaboration: the recognition that top down management is no longer effective; today's top cultures succeed by being inclusive and eliciting ideas and cooperation throughout the organization. 2. Communication: leaders…
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