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MAY 11, 2012 [Leadership, Quality] Prepare to move up the ladder
If your immediate reaction is to put planning on the back burner because you’re “too young” to start thinking about executive leadership, think again. If you make developing those qualities a priority now, you’ll likely get a desirable promotion down the road. Adept at motivating others. Think beyond bonuses and raises. Is creative.
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DECEMBER 9, 2011 [Leadership, Quality] Wise words: Ruth J. Simmons on amiable leadership
Toward the end of the interview, she explained that one of the most important qualities she looks for in new hires is the ability to be critical: I look for people who are strong enough to be critical of things that are not very good. What qualities do you think are most important in a leader? Simmons , in The New York Times.
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JULY 6, 2012 [Leadership, Quality] Work in the present while planning for the future
Favorable qualities include focus, courage and a strong sense of ethics. Hiring Leadership difficult situations hiring leadership Mentorship trainingImagine this interesting scenario: You just began your new supervisory role and your boss announces that it’s time for you to find your replacement. Compatibility. Loyalty.
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BUD TO BOSS [Leadership, Quality] But what if you’re the narcissistic boss?
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011
On one end are people who seek out leadership
roles; on the other are people who enjoy manipulating and exploiting others. Do you display any narcissistic behaviors or qualities
? A colleague suggested I read this BNET article: “How to Survive Working for a Narcissistic Leader.” So who’s right? Both sides are. Look for warning signs. MORE >>
BUD TO BOSS [Leadership, Quality] Stop kidding yourself
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
If you’re looking over a list of leadership qualities
—for example, integrity, strong communication skills, a positive attitude and so on—don’t simply scan the list and think, “Yup, I’m good to go. Communication Dos and Don'ts Leadership
Loyalty communication innovation new supervisor skills reflection self-improvement MORE >>
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