How Leaders Can Fight Burnout

burnout; 7 Choices in Real Estate Foreclosure

How Leaders Can Fight Burnout Are you feeling drained? Feeling like you just don’t have the energy or desire to keep pushing forward? It’s not just you. It’s called burnout and it’s a real thing. In fact, the World Health Organization calls it a syndrome and defines it as a range of symptoms related to…

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Identify Your Firm’s Future Leaders

  Leaders are increasingly being asked to identify the emerging leaders in their organizations. To help in this process, we recently examined 360-degree performance appraisal data on more than 120 emerging leaders from 18 North American companies to see what leadership competencies ranked as important in selecting internal associates for leadership roles. Here are the…

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Key Elements to Successful Teamwork

  At our recent leadership retreat our team focused on two topics: Trust and accountability. After reading several books and having lively discussions for two days it became clear that a firm must have trust in order to hold people accountable. This is not a new or difficult concept; however, becoming a true, high trust…

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The Perfect Leadership Trio

  Chip Conley, author of ” The Rebel Rules: Daring to be Yourself in Business, says your management team should consist of a brain trust that includes a “passionate visionary,” a “get-your-hands-dirty operator,” and a “responsible, finance-minded executive.” But how do you use this in your business? 1. Passionate visionary. The passionate visionary is a…

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Do Risk Takers Make Good Leaders?

  There are countless stories of leaders in the business world that have taken great risks in order to become successful. The fact is there is risk in almost any professional decision a person makes. Some choices carry much great risker than others, but risk is part of every decision we make. While you often…

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