To become better at something, you need to take action, remain focused and stay motivated.
Why do business and political leaders commit ethical and criminal misdeeds when the price is so high?
'Understanding how you make decisions is the starting point to making a more informed decision in the future,' says author Jeffrey Shinabarger.
We're told from an early age that being patient is a virtue, but we're rarely taught how to practice it.
In workplace safety and in hiring decisions, caution is key.
While bosses can be unforgettable because they make life miserable, the most memorable bosses stick with us because they change us for the better.
Being an agile leader refers to remaining flexible, growing from your own mistakes and rising above the wide array of challenges you face.
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Virtual teams remain a productivity nightmare for many companies, but having the right people and leaders in place can make it a dream.
Instead of worrying about failing, try focusing on making your business a success and see where it leads you.
Control What You Can
Decision-making be the single-greatest weight upon your shoulders if you don't know how to manage stress or if the consequences are less than ideal.
When you're a top executive or running a small business, you either learn to control stress or it will control you.
You may need to focus on giving more positive comments along with the negative ones.
Sure, you've got a lot on your plate. But remember that your team comes first. Always.
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