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Leadership

The first part of a calendar year is an appropriate time to think about the critical values that will best support us as we pursue the year’s goals.

You have heard the saying, “when momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy?”

The same can be said for today’s workplace environment.

What happens when you rely too much on key players in your organization?

Will your team be able to step up should those key individuals become indisposed or leave?

In order for a company to not only survive, but thrive - they must have strong leadership at the helm.

People used to believe that leaders were leaders because of their titles. We know that is not true. A leader is one who inspires, is a visionary and one to take action.

In the years we have spent developing leadership skills in business professionals, we have run across some common misconceptions. If you are committed to leading your team to success, you will want to follow the 7 Steps in this article.

You can’t reach goals if everyone is allowed to decide for himself how to reach them.  It’s not uncommon for a sales manager to let the sales staff have their way.  The result of such a management practice is chaos.  Reduce the stress and chaos by getting the sales team to follow the same process.

Great managers understand leadership , planning, and coordination skills all need to work in perfect harmony in order to move a team forward. “A-Class Managers” are just that – a step above average. They know how to make the impossible, possible – how to move teams through difficult situations and still have positive outcomes. So what makes them tick?

There is so much to be said about Managing versus Leading and we won’t be able to cover all of it today. Suffice to say that they are two completely different things.

I always gravitate towards such articles on Management and Leadership because I consider myself a 'work in progress' on the subject, and always try to figure out why two people, who have similar competency in the same company, seem to get different results as Leaders.