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The Trouble with Control

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by Jen Shirkani : I write about the damage done when, as leaders, we don’t fully allow employees to have control over their tasks, projects or budgets. It plagues leaders from the top to the bottom of an organization: new leaders, old leaders, promoted from within, hired from the outside. I am just being a servant leader.” One common issue is the senior leader who wants to approve every new hire.

Why Your Employees Count as Much as Your Clients

Strategy Driven

What effective managers and leaders must recognize is that it begins with caring about the people who drive your business. Developing a culture of caring within your organization to engage your employees is vital to the strategy to drive success to your business. Managers and leaders are not made equal. But what separates managers from leaders is not power or control. Empowering Employees Empowers Leaders. Great leaders like to be redundant.

Leader Profile: Clayton Daniels

Eric Jacobson

He''s also one of the Kansas City area''s most inspiring leaders. Engineering in November 2013. Daniels recently shared his insights on leadership with me : Question : As you move from Project Manager to Vice President, what do you plan to do the same, and do differently, from a management standpoint? Daniels : Several project management skills translate to skills indicative of a Vice President. In both positions, you are a servant leader.