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8 Secrets for Influencing Coachability

The relationship a leader has with their direct reports is the single biggest influence on their satisfaction (or lack thereof) at work. The importance of the manager-employee relationship cannot be overstated. Typically, leaders who have great working relationships also make for great coaches. They’re able to hold effective conversations that empower those around them to learn, grow, and develop their own skills to be successful in their career.

“I Keep Making Mistakes At Work”: What To Do To Break the Pattern

Is it normal to make mistakes at work? This is a question hundreds of people type into Google...

What Does It Mean to Take Responsibility for Your Actions At Work?

Today’s workplace is arguably more interconnected than ever. What you do may not only affect...

Infographic: Women In Business Statistics Everyone Should Know

Despite the increase in the number of women obtaining leadership roles over the last two...

How Can You Tell If Someone Is Coachable? 8 Traits To Look For

Coaching employees is an investment. Not only in tangible things such as time, money, and...

10 Free Team Leadership Tools We Love

The best teams are aligned, focused, collaborative, and communicate frequently. For those in...

Celebrating Milestones at Work: How To Recognize Team Achievement

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”...

20 Signs of Favoritism at Work and What You Can Do About It

There is little to no harm in having a favorite book, favorite flavor of ice cream, or a...

Boss vs Leader Memes That Perfectly Depict the Difference

Regardless if you're a frontline supervisor or a c-suite executive, true leadership is about...

Solitude and Leadership: Is It a Bad Thing?

My boss used to go into the office at the crack of dawn. Her car would be the only one in the...