Category Archives: Leadership

It’s not Easy

If anyone tells you they’re a born leader, don’t believe them!

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What (Who) is the Problem?

If your team or organization is having productivity problems, perhaps the problem is one particular individual. Don’t ignore the problem, and don’t let it slide. It won’t get better without intervention. Combat the Effects of a Divisive Team Member has … Continue reading

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Work–and a “Life.” We Should be Able to Have Both

If your work is important to you, and you work hard, it can be hard to find a work/life balance. But it can be done.    

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The Rules Apply

There are certain rules that do apply to all leaders, even if they might think the rules don’t apply to them. They do.

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Still Working on It

There are so many aspects of being a good leader, and I am still working on most of them myself.

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Leading from the Middle

Good libraries are led by good leaders. But there are also leaders who are not always at the “top.”

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What Does it Mean?

How many languages can you speak?        

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Listen, Listen, Listen

I’m still working on this one.

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I Will Follow You

If you are, or want to be, a leader, you need to have followers. People who are willing to follow you.        

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Don’t be (or Create) an Accidental Manager

An accidental manager is someone who falls into a supervisory role without the least qualifications to oversee the work of others.”

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