Monthly Archives: April 2014
Authentic leaders focus on building people, not process, policy or structure. How simple yet right on!
The more complicated you try to make leadership the more complicated it will be to lead.
Some people like to make leadership really really complicated. I think they do that in order to put “leaders” or those with leadership titles on a pedestal of some kind.
The more complicated “leading” is the more valuable a “leader” becomes, or so the popular thinking seems to go. The problem with that thinking is this: leadership is not complicated.
While leading clearly requires a set of leadership skills there are no “tricks” to leading. Manipulation doesn’t work, forcing fear doesn’t last and belittling doesn’t make you bigger.
I have a very simple leadership philosophy; people first, everything else second. Leadership is about people. Leaders build people. Authentic leaders don’t build buildings, they don’t build businesses, they don’t create policies or processes. Authentic leaders build people.
When they build the right people and build…
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Let’s tap into this generations power! These are the future leaders of our communities and organizations so time to stop dismissing and start mentoring.
A business consulting and sales firm, 2313 Inc. is dedicated to client retention and satisfaction. As you know, millennials get a bad rap for being lazy or obsessed with sharing things on social media. However, millennials are actually the future for many businesses, and working to hire more would be a good idea. Millennial have high ambitions and stress an importance on career progression and personal growth. There would be no reason to capitalize on the many beneficial thins that millennials offer to a business.
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Millennials have a knack for social communications. They are constantly on social media to reach out with friends and express their thoughts. This is definitely a benefit for the business world, and to any company. Millennials already come ingrained with the idea of communicating thoughtfully, and this can be used when talking…
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