Monthly Archives: February 2011

How Strengths-Based Individual Leadership Affects Teams

By Bret L. Simmons SOURCE: This post originally appeared in Positive Organizational Behavior. Find more great content at “When leading a group, should the leader pay differentiated attention to individual members and the group as a collective simultaneously?” This is the … Continue reading

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Leadership Failure Follows Five Fatal Flaws

By Manie Bosman Over the last couple of months I have witnessed how an organization with which I’ve journeyed for many years gradually move towards the point of complete disintegration following a change in top leadership. Typical of many cases … Continue reading

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What Is STRATEGIC Leadership?

BY SHERI CYPRUS Strategic leadership basically means using strategy in the management of workers. The main strategy usually employed in a strategic style of leadership is to motivate workers to take the initiative to improve their productive input into the company. Strategy involves thinking and … Continue reading

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