Posts tagged ‘Leadership Skills’

The Most Persuasive and Powerful Way to Influence Other People

positive leadership, influence tactics, leadership development, leadership styles, leadership skills

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.


3 Attractive Leadership Traits that Motivate Millennials

Millennials, multigenerational workforce, leadership development, leadership styles, leadership skills

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.


How to Politely and Confidently Say No to More Work

positive leadership, leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles

Sometimes you have too much on your plate or you’re just not interested in taking on a project you’ve been asked to work on. How can you turn down the opportunity in a way that won’t offend the person asking?


Which Type of Leader Are You? [Infographic]

leadership styles, leadership characteristics, leadership types, leadership development

Discover your leadership type: autocratic, bureaucratic, charismatic, democratic, servant, transactional, or transformational.


The 12 Best Business and Leadership Books of 2017

positive leadership, books, leadership skills, leadership styles, leadership development

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!


5 Reasons You Haven’t Been Promoted (Yet)

leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles, leadership coaching, executive coaching

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).


You Didn’t Get That Promotion – Now What?

leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles, leadership training, leadership coaching

You surpassed all your targets, volunteered for extra projects, and even took a leadership class along the way. So you thought that promotion would be yours. Except is wasn’t. Here’s how to move forward when you weren’t chosen to move up.


How to Confidently Position Yourself for a Promotion (Without Losing Your Integrity in the Process)

leadership development, leadership training, leadership skills, leadership styles, executive coaching

Very few companies spell out their criteria for advancement, leaving you frustrated and unsure of how to get ahead. Those decisions get made behind closed doors with “unwritten rules” that seem arbitrary and political. This FREE TRAINING will show you how to confidently position yourself for a promotion (without losing your integrity in the process).


Why 2 out of 3 High Potentials Fail (and Why YOU Won’t)

leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles, executive coaching, leadership derailment

The Corporate Leadership Council found that two-thirds of high potentials eventually fail. Fortunately, you are not doomed to this fate. It’s possible to detect your own derailment risk before your career is sidelined, demoted, or terminated.


How to Tell When Your Greatest Strength Crosses the Line (and Suddenly Becomes a Derailer)

leadership development, leadership styles, leadership skills, leadership characteristics

For most people, navigating leadership is much like walking a tightrope. And when you don’t get the balance just right, your career can suddenly stall, stagnate, or even derail. This article will help you distinguish between a strength, weakness, and a career derailer.