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In today's social economy, servant leaders will cast a company vision and enroll their followers to express their voice as co-creators and co-contributors to the vision.
And their firs...
Good leadership doesn't happen without trust.
Trusting leadership behaviors great companies are known for:
Good leaders are willing to listen to feedback.
A leader who listens is open and accountable: he can filter out criticism or drama and find the facts in order to respond appropria...
Good leaders practice positive thinking, even when things go bad.
They view stressful situations from a more positive perspective, which takes emotional intelligence. Rather than getti...
Good leaders are "do-it-now" people. They don't put things off until the last minute, which is a sure way to increase stress levels.
Good leaders begin doing what they know they ...
Good leaders put strict boundaries on themselves.
They say no to opportunities and things that don't excite them, speak to their values or further their mission in life. They say no to...
Love in the leadership-at-work sense is not a feeling; it's expressed as an "action verb."
It's love that shows up in meeting the needs of others to get results, clearing obstacl...
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Digital leaders don’t have to do everything themselves, but they must be able to spot the areas of their organization that need improving. Moreover, they need to be able to hire an...
Sudden changes in the industry can disrupt the status quo, potentially derailing the success of your organization. In these situations a leader must remain flexible and adaptable, ready to make the quick decisions that can keep the company on track with minimal negative impact.
Putting speed and innovation ahead of tried-and-tested business practices often makes leaders cautious. However, in a fast-changing world, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.
For a start-up, the risks can be even greater but innovation is impossible without risk. And if you can’t take risks, you may not be cut out to be a digital leader.
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