Winston Churchill stands up as one of the most noteworthy in modern history. Though Winston Churchill certainly had his faults, he must be ranked as one of history’s greatest leaders and profiles of courage. In this article, I’m going to talk about Winston Churchill’s leadership & life lessons.
Let’s face it: Love isn’t often said in conjunction with leadership. So many of us believe that leaders are cold, aloof and analytical, or that they separate their emotions from their work. But, surprisingly, the single most important factor that differentiates a good leader from a great leader is LOVE.
How many leaders do you know who are approachable? Be aware that not being approachable could be your biggest leadership blind spot. Today I’m going to share with you five practical leadership tricks approachable leaders use to break the ice.
We all experience setbacks or obstacles in our personal and business lives, however it’s what we learn from our setbacks and failures that really propels us forward. Indeed, resilient leaders are those people who know how to bounce back from failure (even when they have messed up).
Eleanor Roosevelt was an incredible woman. Her life is full of valuable lessons and her leadership is really inspirational. In honor of her accomplishments, here are some select nuggets of wisdom culled from Eleanor Roosevelt’s work.
A leader’s superpower is their most potent leadership asset. It can be a learned skill or aspect of your personality. Every developed leader has at least one superpower. For most of us, leveraging that “Super” asset is the best way to influence our teams and get the results we want. Guess what? You too can revolutionize your leadership style by leveraging these superpowers.
Improving the health and wellbeing of their teams should be on every leader’s agenda. Now we understand that employee wellbeing is more than physical health; it is a complex interaction of many factors that improve quality of life overall. Today, I’m sharing with you easy-peasy tactics you can use to improve your employee wellbeing at work.
Regarded as one of the best written TV series’ of all time by the Writer’s Guild of America, the HBO original series The Sopranos is a veritable cornucopia of leadership lessons you can use without breaking a sweat. Incorporate these lessons into your own leadership style and you can run the show like a Boss; you don’t have to wake up this morning and get yourself a gun.
Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt stands as one of the greatest leaders in American history. Few American presidents have earned a legacy quite as prolific and inspiring as that of Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. Here are some leadership & life lessons that you can learn from Theodore Roosevelt.
As a leader it is simple to conceptually identify the principles one should embody based on those who were in the role before. But the challenge is avoiding the pitfalls that can sabotage even the best intentions. Here are five pitfalls most leaders fall into — and how you can avoid them too.
The Ultimate Leadership Survival Guide
If you are starting your first leadership role, then The Ultimate Leadership Survival Guide will be invaluable to you.
Providing the tools to help you work out your leadership, it then offers a step-by-step program for development, including some essential hints for strengthening your own leadership style.
Procrastination is a bad companion. Gear up your leadership skills NOW!