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Leaders, Don’t Let Your Ideas Overpower Your Team’s

Leaders, Don’t Let Your Ideas Overpower Your Team’s

 

5 Myths About Leadership Accountability

Courtesy of malphursgroup.com

Churches without leadership accountability have a one-way ticket to organizational implosion.

This isn’t an overstatement. It’s the truth. When pastors in leadership lack effective accountability, eventually the ministry will fail.

This doesn’t always mean a moral failure. But it could mean gross mismanagement, high staff and volunteer turnover, high member attrition, or fiscal insolvency.

How to Respond When Someone Takes Credit for Your Work

How to Respond When Someone Takes Credit for Your Work
Author: Amy Gallo (hbr.org)

How You Make Decisions Is as Important as What You Decide

How You Make Decisions Is as Important as What You Decide
Author: Laurence Minsky

Conquer Your Nerves Before Your Presentation

Conquer Your Nerves Before Your Presentation

How to Plan Your Week to Keep Your Weekend Free

How to Plan Your Week to Keep Your Weekend Free
Author: Elizabeth Grace Saunder (hbr.org

“I’ll get that done over the weekend.”

This one sentence has become a one-size-fits-all solution when we can’t fit in working on a project, answering e-mail, or simply knocking items off our to-do lists during the week.

Are Bad Managers Holding Back Your Best Talent?

Are Bad Managers Holding Back Your Best Talent? 
Author: Alfredo Behrens (hbr.org)

A few years ago I joined a large organization in the U.S. Possibly because I was the last one in, I was allocated the worst secretarial assistance I have had in my entire life.

I spent a considerable amount of time trying to figure out what I could entrust her with that would not play havoc with my work. A colleague I confided in gave me some surprising advice: “Her performance review is coming up. Give her the highest possible rating.”

“Why would I do that?” I asked naively.

Time Management Training Doesn’t Work

Time Management Training Doesn’t Work
Author: Maura Thomas (hbr.org)
 

Today, knowledge workers use devices and platforms we wouldn’t have dreamed of 15 years ago, in workspaces we probably didn’t see coming, either (goodbye, private offices; hello, telecommuting).

Why Certain Managers Thrive in Tough New Jobs While Others Get Fed Up

Why Certain Managers Thrive in Tough New Jobs While Others Get Fed Up
Author: Yuntao Dong (hbr.org)

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