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Overcoming the shift in a new role – from doing to leading

Whether it’s a larger promotion in leadership, or your first time leading others, jumping into a new role can be exciting and rewarding long term. Despite all of your goals, dreams, and ambitions, you can flounder in your new role, if you approach it the wrong way....

Tips to avoid undermanaging

A lot is said about micromanagers and overmanaging people on the team. On the other end of the spectrum is the leader who undermanages their team.  These types of leaders are discussed as much because they typically aren't noticed. While the micromanager is...

Building trust with a new team

One of the guarantees in your work life is that you are going to be a part of new teams as you go on your career journey. Whether you are jumping on a team as a leader or a follower, it’s important to begin building that trust with them as early as possible. While the...

How to establish continual feedback

I think it's fair to say that most people appreciate knowing where they stand in the organization, affirmation of their performance, and guidance to reach their fullest potential.  The reality for many people in the workforce is that this has not been a true reality...

Apologies show strength and care

We should act with humility when things go wrong....and then make them right.  I get things wrong sometimes. Unfortunately, I'm not a perfect leader. There are times when I miss the mark and other times that I've outright blown it. None of us are perfect.  There...

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