Can having fun make you a better leader?

by Dave Crenshaw view original publication on randomactsofleadership.com   Employees, whether they know it or not, tend to play “follow the leader. They may admire your ingenuity or just want a little more spending money. Whatever it is, they mimic your behavior because they think it will make them successful. The problem is that leaders…

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Millennials, Professional Feedback and the New Performance Review Model

Designed by Freepik by Warren Wright If Millennials had their way in the workplace, the “annual performance review” would go the way of the fax machine and punch clock. Millennials grew up with “Google” as a verb, as in “to google” virtually any answer to any question. More recently, services like Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa…

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Skills Every Successful Entrepreneur Must Have

By Jennifer Dawson View original publication on Leader-Values.com There are essential leadership skills every entrepreneurs must have to succeed and fortunately you may already possess them thanks to your hobbies and skills. Read on to learn more. Focus and Discipline These are perhaps the most important skills any entrepreneur must have. It takes drive and…

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Learn to Manage Your Stress As an Entrepreneur

By JR Dominguez View original publication on Millennial Magazine Today more millennials than ever are skipping out on the traditional 9 to 5 and going into business for themselves. The alluring concept of being an entrepreneur, calling the shots, and starting a career in a field they’re passionate about has driven many to start their…

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Coaching is the New Managing For Millennials

By Nick View original publication on Coaching Millenials I love Peter Drucker. The father of modern management always cut through the complexity and got to the heart of that matter. I remember during the weighty assignments in finance and accounting classes while getting my MBA, I’d run across a Drucker quote like, “business has only…

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Old School Professional Advice for Millennials

by Mitch Gordon View original publication on Chelsea When Mark Zuckerberg was 22 and declared, “young people are just smarter,” I was not offended.  As a right-smack-in-the-middle GenXer, I knew that he’d come around.  I was confident that he’d eventually see some inherent value in us more mature folks who may be: (a) slightly distracted…

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