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Leaders: Would your team say you lead, manage, are just in charge (or none of the above)?

You know them: the managers who ignore the fact that human beings don’t (actually can’t) “leave their feelings at the door” when they come to work.

These managers ignore conflict and avoid confrontation, especially when there’s a “pot-stirrer” in the office and everyone is just wishing the boss would step up and put and end to he drama  so we can all just get the job done.

This boss will suffer the consequences: a slow, painful erosion of the trust … or worse.

Read the rest of  my article over here: Leaders: Do you lead, manage or are you just in charge?

 

 

 

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Leader’s Survey: The 5 Fail Points in Leadership Training

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Do you wonder why leadership training programs fail to prepare leaders of today for tomorrow’s challenges?  The survey says …. “Avoid 5 Fail Points in Leadership TrainingDownload or listen now to the webinar on how to avoid wasting time and money on your personal or company’s leadership training and three key strategies to make your coaching or leadership development program truly pay off for the leader, for constituents and for the entire organization.

The bottom line is developing Sustainable Leaders:  Developing authentic leaders happens from the inside out and from the outside in … for more information go to Sustainable Leadership, Inc.

Leaders: Avoid 5 Fail Points in Leadership Development

The results are in:  Sustainable Leader’s Survey … but first, where has you leadership training or professional development failed you?  What would you change and why?