Leaders gain stature by exhibiting the qualities that followers can admire and choose to emulate. Leaders who focus on sharing their time, knowledge, skills, ideas and connections with others are likely to earn the allegiance of those who work with them. Businesses benefit, too, especially from the alignment of shared values and a common purpose. In this Executive Edge, we examine the leadership quality of generosity and supporting others. Anyone on a leadership track will benefit from learning what it takes to be a generous leader.
Yes, we know. There are thousands of books on leadership released every year. How to be a better leader, how to train better leaders, how to lead leaders with more leadership. etc. So it begs the question – is there anything left to be said about leadership? The three books we’re featuring in this newsletter […]
Is there any more charged word in business than ‘leadership’? Just the mention of it probably elicited some sort of emotional response in you as a reader. We’ve all read the guides to leadership that tell us to act a certain way around others, follow certain steps, and create environments that lead to results. But, […]
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