As a leader, you are given a formidable yet inspiring task. In any setting, you are the personal, walking, talking representation of the spirit and direction of your group. Those who follow you must do so with trust and willingness. This is why it is imperative that you recognize and practice the following five effective strategies to becoming a better leadership in and out of the workplace:
At the start of each year, people are always looking to make changes, better their businesses and get organized. There is an area, however, I think is very important to evaluate each and every year. This area is internal marketing.
By: Kinder Brothers International
Leaders in all walks of life are forward looking. They have a clear sense of where they are and where they are committed to go. Salespeople who reach the top rungs get there by first assessing where they are. Then they follow conscientiously and continuously their plan for shaping their future!
By: Ana Dutra
Imagine a culture where people feel comfortable and compelled to express gratitude not only for all the good things employees, colleagues, peers and bosses do but also for who they are.
In your business, are you primarily grabbing just the low-hanging fruit?
This country saying holds a lot of meaning in life as well as for business success. The hungrier you are, the more willing you are to take the necessary steps to victory. The drive and desire that inspires you must be ignited to reveal the hunger and lead you to success.
By: Marvin LeBlanc
When we have intentional conversation that specifically probes these life events, what we will discover are our prospects' needs. Needs that are not being met. New needs that are being created. Needs that you, as the insurance practitioner, can solve.
If you haven’t heard of Jonathan Fields, then allow me to expose you to our guest blogger this week.
His “out of the box” ideas on re-inventing yourself and your career will be a fresh breath of air for you today. But you’ll have to read his blog below at least 2-3 times to really absorb it.
By: Jennifer Ledet
Now, I’m sure that you’re thinking to yourself that you don’t destroy your team members’ work. And I’m sure you don’t literally do that. But maybe, just maybe, you’re creating an environment where it feels like you’re destroying their work.