Having a title does not make you a leader and having a title does not mean you can’t lead. So how can you lead when you don’t have a title and how can you be a great influencer and leader?
There are tons of articles out there about successful people. What do they do differently? Lists on lists about tips and tricks of highly successful people. Successful people wake up early, stay up late, get more done, etc. We all want to know their secret. How can we absorb their routine as our own to help us?
Part 2 of our effective leadership traits blog. Here we list the other 6 traits we found from a top ranked leadership and influence blog.
Effective leaders separate themselves from others because of various traits and skills that work on. They are focused, decisive, assertive, and focused. Not every effective leader started out this way, but they all spent time honing in on these skills to increase their circle of influence.
What better way to start 2017 than with another promotion. We're growing and proud to promote another empoyee to an assistant manager role!
pa·tience ˈpāSHəns/ noun \ 1. the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset. "You can find bargains if you have the patience to sift through the dross" Let’s be real. In an age where knowledge is at the tip of our fingers and we can get most of what we need... Continue Reading →
Creating new habits is not easy. It is a process and it takes lots of effort. I read an article by James Clear about “Identity-Based Habits” and how this method can make it a lot easier for us to actually stick to our goals. Identity- Based Habits say that if you can change the way you... Continue Reading →
Robert Cialdini wrote about the ‘6 principals of influence’ also known as the six weapons of influence. In today's business environment, most leaders are seeking out the "game changers" and the “butt kickers” that will put their companies on a more aggressive point. What are we going to do to be different and set ourselves... Continue Reading →