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Essential Leadership Skills

Essential Leadership Skills for any leader or manager. Contains articles and block writings on leadership, leadership skills, management skills for both new and seasoned leaders and managers.

Essential Leadership Skills: Influence through trust and respect

Essential Leadership Skills: Leaders rely on trust and respect to wield influence  ·  Building trust between everyone you are working with is essential for every leader. This includes your colleagues, your manager and his peers, the higher management and especially the customers, if you are in contact with them. Without trust you won’t have much …

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Essential Leadership Skills: Employee Engagement

Essential Leadership Skills: Employee Engagement  · Do you know how engaged your employees are? These statistics tell that you probably don’t. While doing some research on productivity and high performance in the workplaces, I came across some very interesting stats about employee engagement, and how massive impact it (or rather the lack of it) can …

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Do you know how amazingly costly it can be to deny a salary raise?

Do you know how amazingly costly it can be to deny a salary raise?  ·  While writing an article about asking a salary raise, I came upon very interesting statistics of the costs of employee turnover for companies. I have been part of a few hundred salary negotiations, decisions, approvals and review rounds on my …

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Take ownership of your work – Troubleshooting, Part 2

Take ownership of your work – Troubleshooting, Part 2  ·  This is the second part of the article, Take ownership of your work, and start to lead: Troubleshooting. The First part is here. In theory, taking ownership of your work and starting to lead doesn’t sound too hard to do, right? Why then isn’t everyone …

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