Category Archives: Leadership

6 Reasons Employees Burn Out and How to Prevent It

6 Reasons Employees Burn Out and How to Prevent It

One of the essential traits of a great leader is the ability to inspire motivation. However, even the most motivated employees can begin to feel burned out over time. In the last few years, employee burnout has become a hot topic in the business world, with organizational leaders combatting their own burnout while wondering how… Read More…

3 Important Reasons Why Leaders Should Admit Mistakes

3 Important Reasons Why Leaders Should Admit Mistakes

Regardless of an individual’s leadership style, ego and hidden agendas should never get in the way of owning up to mistakes. Leaders do not have any responsibility to be right 100 percent of the time, and their employees do not expect this. Instead, employees look for leaders to admit their mistakes, learn from them, and… Read More…

9 Tips for Leaders to Establish Trust in the Workplace

9 Tips for Leaders to Establish Trust in the Workplace

One of the most prevailing problems in the modern workplace remains a lack of trust. Excellent leaders understand the foundational nature of trust, and more importantly, know how to build trust among their employees. When trust is present, companies flourish and teams accomplish incredible feats. When trust is lacking, organizations struggle to work collaboratively and… Read More…

An Outline of the 4 Best Leadership Styles

An Outline of the 4 Best Leadership Styles

Great leaders understand that they need to master more than one leadership style. The best leaders are acutely aware of what their typical approach to leadership is and constantly evaluate themselves to ensure that they are responding appropriately to each situation. These individuals have the ability to alter their leadership style when the situation calls… Read More…

The Extroverted Introverted Leader

The Extroverted Introverted Leader

Recently, researchers Tamar Parush and Niina Koivunen conducted a study in order to isolate characteristics of leaders in the arts and see how those qualities can be applied to traditional corporate settings. One aspect of the study involved the researchers overseeing a group of senior executives with no musical training conduct a choir. Each executive… Read More…

The 5 Keys to Successfully Manage Creative Employees

The 5 Keys to Successfully Manage Creative Employees

According to Nelson Rodriguez, Vice President of Global Marketing of Aquent and Contributor to Entrepreneur.com, managing creative employees can be challenging. It’s a steady balancing act of maintaining a nurturing environment that encourages employees to take risks and explore new directions, and pushing your employees to ensure work is produced on time and on budget.… Read More…

5 Habits of Successful Business Leaders

5 Habits of Successful Business Leaders

There are multiple ways to run a successful business, but according to a recent article published on Entrepreneur.com, some of the most seasoned business leaders all share similar habits when it comes to work. The article lists nine habits that help these professionals “master their craft, grow their businesses and achieve extraordinary success.” Here’s a… Read More…

MVP Leading Player

MVP Leading Player

The term leader is typically applied to business applications, often indicating the position of Chief Executive Officer in a successful company. However, all leaders must start somewhere. In the case of Jennifer O’Neill, that start comes in the form of the leading player on the University of Kentucky’s basketball team, according to an article recently… Read More…