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How to Recover From Failure as a Leader

How to Recover From Failure as a Leader

Every leader has stories of failure that ended up teaching them important lessons about their next ventures. Noted confectioner, Milton Hershey, famously failed at chocolate-making for thirteen years before landing on the formula that eventually worked. Throughout history, the number of successful people who learned through failure reads like a whos-who of celebrities: Walt Disney, Stephen King, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, JK Rowling, and even Colonel Sanders. The characteristic that separates them from their peers is that they learned from their mistakes and also taught themselves tricks along the way.

Finding Your Leadership Style

Finding Your Leadership Style

Being a leader is a lot more than just managing people. A good leader knows the importance of inspiring others, as well as helping them succeed. The growth of your team reflects back on you and the success of your company, so it’s in your best interest to help raise...

Emerging As A Strong Leader During A Pandemic

Emerging As A Strong Leader During A Pandemic

Serving as a leader amidst a pandemic is no easy task. There are specific characteristics of influential leaders necessary to succeed in stressful situations, such as a global pandemic. Here are a few specific tips to help you emerge as a strong leader during the...

Avoid These Leadership Mindsets

Avoid These Leadership Mindsets

Every good leader possesses some valuable traits. One of these traits is a mindset. A mindset dictates a leader’s management style, decision making, ability to control emotions and empathy. Mindset is infectious around team members. If they feel a negative mindset...

Why Intuition Is An Underrated Trait In Leadership

Why Intuition Is An Underrated Trait In Leadership

Intuition: it’s that gut feeling we all have that spikes our emotions when we’re faced with a threat or opportunity. Intuition is sometimes based off past experiences, but most times it’s your body’s fight or flight response. Your gut feeling is there to safeguard you...