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Top 10 Leadership Articles Of 2015

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Leaders within a company are the glue holding everyone together, a company can’t run without a leader. A leader should be able to bring your team to success. However, it takes a certain kind of person to be a leader. 

We’ve compiled a list of the best leadership articles in 2015. These articles will recap what a good leader is, where to find one within your company, and how you can prepare for success before heading into the new year. 

7 Most Required Leadership Skills for 2015

From Murray Newlands On

When entering 2015 this article revealed 7 skills that will help make a better leader.  If you missed this article last year, take some time to review the notes to see what you can take away in preparation for 2016. 

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How To Create The Culture Within Your Organization

From Joseph Lalonde On

Lots of people are talking about corporate culture and how they want their organizations to be known for theirs. If you’re not sure how you can create your own company culture read this article to learn how you can achieve the culture you want. 

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8 Keys To Developing Leaders From Within Your Organization

From The Balance Point Team On Balance Point Payroll

Developing leaders is a common theme for organizations. How can you find leaders inside your company? What characteristics do today’s (and tomorrow’s) leaders need to have in order to be successful? Here is a checklist to incorporate into your process of finding and developing new leaders for your organization.

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9 Things Managers Do That Make Good Employees Quit

From Travis Bradberry On

Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don’t leave jobs; they leave managers. This can all be avoided. Check out this article learn the nine worst things that managers do that send good people packing.

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8 Habits Of People Who Always Have Great Ideas

By  Stephanie Vozza on Fast Company

Whether they’re coming up with an innovative new product to launch, finding a solution to a universal problem, or picking a cool new place to grab lunch, people who consistently have great ideas have formed habits that help them think. Here are eight simple things those “creative geniuses” do that you can do, too.

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Help Managers Be More Effective Leaders

From Deidre Panknad On Talent Culture

There is a tremendous engagement and execution gap in companies today. In fact, disengaged employees may actively undermine the value created and customers acquired by their more engaged peers – whom they far outnumber. To improve engagement and execution, managers need an efficiency breakthrough before they can increase their leadership capacity.

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Low Energy Leadership Leads to Team Failure

From  Sabrina Baker On Acacia HR Solutions

Passion. Conviction. Energy. All traits of great leaders. All qualities necessary to lead teams to greatness. Even the most hated of leaders have these qualities and can lead teams to do great things despite their ways.

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Finding & Developing New Leaders

From Mike Shapiro On Balance Point Payroll

One of today’s biggest challenges is finding the right people to take on the challenge of leading your organization, and then helping them develop the skills they’ll need to move the company forward. Read this article to learn more about finding and developing new leaders.

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5 Minutes Early Is On Time; On Time Is Late; Late Is Unacceptable

From Brent Beshore On Forbes

I have a magic pill to sell you. It will help you make more money, be happier, look thinner, and have better relationships. It’s a revolutionary new pharmaceutical product called Late-No-More. Just one dose every day will allow you to show up on time, greatly enhancing your life and the lives of those around you.

Can being late affect the way your peers view your work ethic?

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Lack of Leadership Has Created the Skills Gap

When good employees are coached, mentored, and developed, they are positioned to move into roles of greater responsibility, but If we don’t develop managers and leaders, then who is developing employees?

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