Category Archives: Leadership

6 Tips for Dealing with Conflict

Smart ways to handle your next heated situation, shared by Nadia Lopez. She should know — she’s a school principal. Nadia Lopez, founding principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy, is no stranger to a challenge. When she opened the school … Continue reading

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6 Things Strong Leaders Do That Weak Leaders Do Not

Only the strongest leaders do the these six things. By: Andrew Thomas   True leaders aren’t born, they’re made. They build confidence and strength through intention – learning the traits that leaders must possess in order to succeed. Being a great … Continue reading

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5 Things Real Leaders Do Every Day, According to Henry Ford

By: Adam Toren As we start to head toward summer, many people look forward to vacation and a pace that begins to slow down, but not entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs know that when it’s hot outside, the heat is on just as … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Team to Follow Through After a Meeting

By: Paul Axtell Any team leader knows that it’s what happens between project meetings that makes or breaks a project. And yet it’s often challenging to keep a team motivated and focused on getting agreed upon tasks done. Ideally you’ve … Continue reading

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Why No Meeting Should Be Longer Than 30 Minutes

By: Brad Feld Have you ever finished something and thought to yourself, “That didn’t need to take an hour?” In my world, I have an endless stream of requests to do something for an hour. I just looked at my … Continue reading

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The Right Way to Start a Meeting – Short Version

By: Liane Davey Make the purpose of the meeting clear. Be specific about the purpose of each agenda item. Ask people to filter their contributions. Reiterate any important ground rules. Head off passive-aggressive behavior. Decide whether to roundtable.  

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