Posts Tagged ‘Criticism’

3 tips for delivering criticism

3 tips for delivering criticism

Being criticized is rarely enjoyable. We all like to think we’re on the right track, doing good work along the way. Sometimes, leaders have to give constructive criticism, and that can be a bit [...]

Brands in the age of presidential criticism

Brands in the age of presidential criticism

The frequency and unpredictability of these criticisms has put brands on notice. From questioning the decision to move manufacturing to Mexico, as in the case of Carrier or Ford, or of the estimated cost of [...]

6 ways to inspire your credit union team

6 ways to inspire your credit union team

A recent article I read asked a question that has stuck with me: “Why would [members] and employees rally behind me?” The piece concluded that most employees like a leader who is visible and involved [...]

10 traits of very successful people

10 traits of very successful people

While many of us may not (yet) be billionaires, there is no reason why we can’t learn from them and subscribe to their leadership goals and passions. In a recent Inc.com article, Jake [...]

Inspire and lead others with charisma

Inspire and lead others with charisma

Chances are that if you’re a leader, you’ve been described as charismatic – regardless of whether you are extroverted or introverted. You inspire others. You want your drive and goal-seeking to spur others to [...]

Steer clear of integrity ‘traps’

Steer clear of integrity ‘traps’

As leaders, we must operate at the highest level of integrity. If we don’t, we risk damaging not only our own reputations but those of our employees and organizations. “Every leader has the responsibility [...]

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