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Tag Archives: Leadership
I’m still working on this one.
If you are, or want to be, a leader, you need to have followers. People who are willing to follow you.
As the author of 10 Ways You Can Earn Respect comments, respect may be an old-fashioned idea, but it still matters.
You may be a leader. You may be the library director, or head of a department, or just in charge of a certain project.
A couple of quick links about leaders and leadership today:
Yes, I’d like to be successful. Wouldn’t you? So I’m always on the lookout for tips to be more successful.
I just re-read this post I had saved awhile ago. I needed it today. My state is deeply divided politically. My country is deeply divided as well. So I have to pay attention when I read things today like: If … Continue reading
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
If you are a leader, manager, supervisor, director, boss. . . you have others who are (or should be!) accountable to you. But it is not unusual to have accountability problems, such as staff who miss deadlines or submit substandard … Continue reading