The ways we motivate others and ourselves comes in different forms depending on the scenario. As twisted as it sounds, fear is a common source of motivation for many people, whether they realize it or not.
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If you’re anything like the rest of working America, your days are busy. Your to-do lists are packed. Sometimes there’s just not enough hours in the day. You’re overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed out.
Empathy is the number one skill necessary for leaders, according to Development Dimensions International.
Leadership is made up of a number of traits and habits. You’ve heard them all before…
Working with a group of people can mean a lot of different scenarios. We’ve all been a part of a “team” where we pull most of the weight, a member is a toxic employee, or the dynamic is just hostile.
Employee turnover rates are something that many companies have seen rise and rise in recent times, hitting an all-time high of 19.3% in the U.S. in 2018.
While bosses and leaders may share some similar characteristics, they exercise very different approaches to having power and influence.
Experiencing conflict is a part of human nature. Working through conflict in healthy and productive ways is how we build trusting relationships and problem-solving skills.
Some of the best qualities people possess are ones that are never formally taught. They’re probably not listed as requirements on a job application, and employers likely won’t assess progress of such skills.