On this edition of LEADERSHIP PLUS, when tragedy strikes your organization, your MBA won’t help you unless you rely on your instincts as a leader as well as a compassionate human being.
Everyone can relate to the line, “One of the biggest mistakes we make during crucial conversations is thinking we have to choose between telling the truth and keeping our friends.” Here is a book with specific tips on how to be a better communicator and leader as we continue our series on learning from leaders.
Today on LEADERSHIP PLUS, Even board members who are not comfortable with fundraising can still do their part to help out a nonprofit organization.
On today’s LEADERSHIP PLUS, when tragedy strikes your organization, your MBA won’t help you unless you rely on your instincts as a leader as well as a compassionate human being.
Some managers complain that they get interrupted so much that they cannot get their own work done. They also say that one-on-one sessions can be a waste of time. But done well, those meetings will help you end many of the interruptions.
Have you been thinking about looking for a new job? I know what it will take for your application to stand out from all the rest.
Are you chronically late for appointments? It can negatively impact the way people perceive you and may not want to do business with you. Here are five simple steps so that you will never be late again.
Your employees are listening to every word you say, and it impacts the way they behave and their productivity.
Do you have an employee who seems to lack focus, takes a lot of time off, or regularly disappears from their desk? Have they become distant from their peers or make comments that are not appropriate for the office? Effective leaders cannot ignore such behavior.
Do you think your daughter should be paid less than a man doing the same job? It sounds like a simple question, but closing the pay gap remains a problem in many organizations.
On today’s LEADERSHIP PLUS: Making smart decisions can be difficult but quality internal discussions and strategic planning can help.
If you manage a nonprofit, how certain are you that the data you keep on your donors is safe and secure? Recent security breaches should serve as warnings. The experts offer some ideas on how to protect yourself.
While you are still managing your way out of the Coronavirus, there are things you should be thinking about before you face the next crisis.
Making a good first impression as a new boss is extremely important. Here are some tips that will help you get started on you new job when you are the boss.
Today on LEADERSHIP PLUS, effective leaders learn to manage up, down, and sideways. That means effectively “managing” your boss, your peers, and your employees.
The leaders of even the smallest of the organizations can take steps to create a positive work environment for their employees…and it will make a difference.
Today on LEADERSHIP PLUS, effective leaders know that they need to be good listeners. By listening, you will learn about things that you couldn’t know. Front line workers have a unique perspective. Plus, by engaging your staff in an open discussion, you will get more buy-in on the outcome of the discussion.
Given the changes in the tax law and the growing number of worthwhile causes, it will be increasingly important for nonprofits to build a case statement for their annual campaigns. That also means answering five fundamental questions from donors.
What would make you a better leader? Do you need help managing people, your time or even your boss? I would like to help you find solutions to your problems.
Anyone looking for a new job should expect the process to have changed thanks to the Coronavirus and the economic downturn. But opportunities await. I have some tips to help your search.
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