A direct leadership style is a plus–not a minus–for leaders

Have you ever been told you are “too direct,” or questioned why you don’t sugarcoat the truth? HAVING A DIRECT LEADERSHIP STYLE ISN’T A BAD THING. With apologies to Nathaniel Hawthorne, let’s stop metaphorically branding directness with a “Scarlett D!” One of the biggest mistakes that leaders with a direct leadership style make is complicating…

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The difference between agreement and alignment

Are you also one who thinks that the terms “agreement” and “alignment” are identical? Actually… both these words are not synonyms. Normally people think that agreement between different group members is made by alignment. But stay tuned because I am here to further give some words for these two terms. As agreement leaders, we persuade…

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5 remote team building exercises your team will enjoy

With nine out of ten companies combining remote office and on-site work, remote team building has become more and more important. As part of this new change, people are now working virtually, and in this case, will never work together geographically. On top of the normal challenges of time-zone differences, cultural gaps, and miscommunication, leaders…

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