Three Management Styles

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Great Leadership regular contributor Paul Thornton: Management style greatly affects employees’ motivation and capacity to learn. It is helpful to think of management styles according to the three Ds: Directing, Discussing, and Delegating. What else can I delegate? ·

Handling employees’ missed deadlines

Bud to Boss

Things happen and you can’t expect every employee to meet every deadline, but if missed deadlines are becoming a problem in your department, take these steps: Delegate effectively. Communication Leadership deadlines difficult behavior difficult situations leadership performance issues

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Handling employees’ missed deadlines

Bud to Boss

Things happen and you can’t expect every employee to meet every deadline, but if missed deadlines are becoming a problem in your department, take these steps: Delegate effectively. Communication Leadership deadlines difficult behavior difficult situations leadership performance issues

Questions to Teach Leadership and Management

Great Leadership By Dan

Teaching and learning about leadership and management isn’t like teaching or learning math or science. There’s lot of room for interpretation, situations are complex and unique, and context always comes into play. That’s what makes leadership and management development so much fun.

How the Imposter in You Can Derail Your Leadership

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How many times in your leadership have you wanted to move to the next level but heard something inside saying, “No, you’re not ready”? Here are five ways the imposter can derail your leadership: The imposter compares. Trying to please all is a no-win situation; leadership is not about pleasing people but empowering them—and that means sometimes pushing them to the edge of their discomfort zone. If you’re trying to please everyone you are doing harm to your leadership.