Leadership experts — not to mention, optimists and English football fans — think Ted Lasso is a godsend. But there are issues.
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8 TED Talks Every Leader Must Watch — and 1 Critical Lesson From Each
On TikTok, #leadership has 1.8B views. Look at Instagram and find 18.8M #leadership posts. LinkedIn has 3.3M #leadership followers. People clearly want help to become better leaders.
6 Management Styles That Drive Employees Crazy
Some management styles actually go out of style. Are you on trend — or are you out of style, still wearing a pair of pink sidewinders?
Your Poker Face is Worth 1,000 Words (and ‘Authentic Self’ Is Better Left at Home)
Those are some problems with being too authentic.
How Much Harder Must You Work To Be A Top-Notch Leader? The Answer is Surprising
How much harder would you have to work to be a top-notch leader? 50%? 25%? 10%? Nope!
11 Management Lessons from The Office (No. 3 Might Bring You to Tears)
Sometimes the best management lessons come from the seemingly worst bosses.
These 7 Bad Bosses Make You Look Like a Saint
Our bad bosses are Grinches, thiefs, egomaniacs, paranoid control freaks, among other things. And they likely make you look like a saint in the workplace.
Don’t Be Musk or Zuckerberg: 6 Leadership Tricks You Shouldn’t Try
New light has been shed on the pair of high-profile executives – Musk of Twitter and Tesla fame and Zuckerberg of Facebook and Meta fame – and isn’t exactly flattering. In some ways, it shows that, despite their rise to the top, they aren’t the best workplace leaders.
Politics, Religion & Money: What To Do When The Topic is Taboo
Don’t you hate it when someone gets on a cringeworthy subject? Most people want to walk away. Just a loud few want to discuss it.
‘What The Heck?!’ 6 Tactics to Convey Complex Information
It’s critical to communicate complex information so employees “get it.” Why? U.S. businesses lose $1.2 trillion a year due to poor communication. How’s that possible?!
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