It can be especially challenging to say no to your boss and colleagues at work. But to get more control over your life, time, and career, there are times you simply have to say “no.” Being able to say no with more confidence will help.READ MORE >>
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Why don’t more people confront destructive leaders or speak up when they know something is wrong? Responsibility for creating a toxic climate does not rest solely with the leader. Conformers and colluders help build a “toxic triangle” of destructive leadership.READ MORE >>
Leadership is social influence, so if you want to be a great leader you have to be able to gain great influence. Influence is having an impact on others. Once you learn the best (and most persuasive) techniques, it will become easier for you to succeed.READ MORE >>
In just a few short years, Millennials will surpass Baby Boomers as the largest segment of U.S. employees. By 2025, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. The ability to manage and engage this generation will be a key determinant of the winners and losers in the battle for top talent.READ MORE >>
The most accomplished leaders are passionate about reading – it gives them a competitive advantage. In this post, I’ve compliled a list of the most highly-regarded recent business and leadership books. Find your inspiration for 2017 here!READ MORE >>
Perhaps you tried to get the real scoop on why you weren’t promoted, but most likely, those conversations just left you with a bruised ego and no idea what to do next. To get some insight, here are 5 possible reasons you haven’t been promoted (yet).READ MORE >>