When you’re feeling frustrated or worn down, tap into your memories of early days in leadership for inspiration, writes Scott Mabry.
When managing change in an organization, don’t forget that management is receiving and processing information long before employees are, and that difference creates a lag between management explaining the change and employees buying in, writes John Vars, chief product officer at TaskRabbit.
The best leaders are those who are curious without being superior and who look to share the credit, writes Marlene Chism.
Becoming a leader means you have to decide what your new priorities are, and whether the promotion is worth the change in roles
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