Tag Archives: Leaders

It’s not Easy

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

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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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Take Me to Your Leader!

A couple of quick links about leaders and leadership today:

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Are You Too Pushy?

Do you tend to pull your employees along with you, or do you push them to do what you and your organization needs?  Is there a difference?  I’ve never really analyzed this, but the post Pull Me−Push You got me … Continue reading

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Moxie

Moxie.  Do you have it? Leaders with moxie are leaders that have what it takes to lead others in tough circumstances. They are tough on the outside but soft on the inside. When knocked down they know how to get … Continue reading

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The Fine Art of Delegating

“If you rarely delegate, you are an individual contributor. It doesn’t matter what your title is. Leaders who don’t delegate are not leading.” “Not delegating hurts.” “But wait! Delegating hurts too.” Read the rest here:  How to Delegate So the … Continue reading

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