Leadership and CEO Skills Review

Leadership and CEO Skills Review

Leadership. It is hard to imagine a more talked-about subject in the business world; and for good reason.  Doing it effectively is difficult!  Here are a few blogs about leadership that I found helpful, and I think that you might too:

Leadership and CEO Skills ReviewConventional wisdom (or maybe urban legend?) says that leaders must be good listeners and ask good questions. Asking open-ended questions is the other half of true listening, but most leaders are not very skilled at either. To your employees, any questions you ask them that aren’t followed by your authentic listening are actually thinly veiled challenges, judgments, and assertions. Is it any wonder that they hesitate to open up to you? This “Fast Company” Blog discusses the power of authentic listening.

Leadership and CEO Skills Review

Many organizations are suffering a recognition problem: they can’t seem to recognize good leaders from bad ones. This “Forbes” blog discusses how to identify bad leaders by pointing out a few traits that should be obvious, but often aren’t.

 

Leadership and CEO Skills ReviewThe challenge of being a leader is inside you. Stop blaming organizations and others for your shortfalls and failures.  Read more in this “Leadership” blog.

 

Leadership and CEO Skills Review

Think about what bad bosses do. When we see these things portrayed on TV or in the movies, we can’t help laughing, even while we’re thinking “Whew! I don’t do those things. I’m not a bad boss.”  Are you sure?  This “HBR” Blog Are You Sure You Not A Bad Boss?, states that only 20% or less of your behavior can cause your employees to label you a bad boss.  Read the list of these behaviors here.

Leadership and CEO Skills ReviewDoes “getting it done” trump the longer process of making sound decisions? The author of this “Fast Company” Blog, Is the Need For Speed Killing Your Company? believes that this pattern is a sure path to decline for both leadership effectiveness and organizational success. The pattern can be reversed. Read the article here.

 

Leadership and CEO Skills Review

Why is leadership so challenging? Here’s one reason: You cannot directly control other people, yet you are now mysteriously accountable for their output! What do you do now?  Read this “Fast Company” Blog How to Manage when You Hate Being A Manager.

 

Leadership and CEO Skills Review

What do mindfulness and leadership have to do with each other? read this “HBR” Blog and find out.

 

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