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6 Necessities for Achieving Your Full Potential as a Leader

Esteemed leaders in business and politics have long shared remarkably similar advice for what is required to perform best and continue growing.

Lessons on Leadership Inspired by 'American Sniper'

Leadership is not a popularity contest or the thrill of being in charge but a commitment to the team and the organization.

Jason Forrest

Why Startups Need Leaders, Not Bosses

There's no place where strong leadership is needed more than in a hectic startup environment in which the odds are most stacked against you, and Herculean efforts to gain and maintain traction are required daily, not quarterly

Robert Reffkin

To Build Trust as a Leader, Inspire With Words Backed by Action

Your team listens to what you say but they understand what you mean by watching what you do.

Jason Forrest

7 Telltale Signs of a Weak Leader

Whether a bully or a people pleaser who can't tell hard truths, poor leadership takes many forms.

Peter Diamond

How to Get People to Do What You Want

Here's a hint: You can catch more flies with honey than you can vinegar.

Colin Shaw

10 Ways to Build a Creative Company Culture

An atmosphere that's deliberately fluid and innovative can inspire your team to greater heights of accomplishment.

Oz Alon

The 2 Most Powerful Words a Manager Can Use

Sometimes the power of showing appreciation is overlooked.

Bernard Marr

Leadership Lessons to Learn from the New Republican Congress

Can you work with people whose views are diametrically opposed to yours?

Paul White

If Chaos Is Your Startup's Default Setting, Inconsistent Leadership May Be to Blame

Erratic leaders build unreliable teams. A business leader shares her journey to establish a clear vision for her company.

Zeynep Ilgaz

Why Business Owners Have a Hard Time Delegating

For owners and managers who have trouble delegating, it comes down to one basic issue.

Tom Borg

A Rigid Mind Blocks Success. Try These 5 Strategies for Fearless Leadership.

Be ready to set aside methods of the past. Bring vigorous, flowing thinking to conquer today's problems.