Every child is creative. Somewhere along the way, though, we tend to lose that creativity. How can leaders recover their creativity? Here are five skills for discovering creative ideas that any leader would benefit from.
Leaders can tend to be the ones who take control. They are often known to stay on top of things and run a tight ship. What if losing control is the best way to lead well? Jenni Catron thinks it is.
Public speaking is a necessary part of every leaders job whether it’s in a conference room or an arena. Doing it well makes a hug difference in perception and connection to followers. Alison Griswold of Inc.com shares seven mistakes public speakers should avoid.
Management isn’t just getting things done; it’s helping people grow and succeed. Monique Valcour, of HBR, explains that if you’re not helping people grow you’re not management material.
The best leaders want to put their teams in a position to succeed, to help their teams in every way possible. Dan Rockwell explains that sometimes the best way to help is to help less.
Are you the kind of leader who inspires people to follow? Jay Mitchell, of the Vanderbloemen Search Group, offers five ways to become a leader people want to follow.