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How Working Out Improves Leadership Presence

In Leadership, Lists by Jason Cortel

Working out isn’t just good for your body. It improves your well-being and greatly impacts how you carry yourself. Working out is proven to change an “off day” into a productive one. Doing sit-ups, taking a 20 minute brisk walk or 10 minutes of jumping jacks will boost your ego by …

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How Leaders Encourage Harmony

In Leadership by Jason Cortel

It is natural for people to form groups at work. They group and bond with others who share similar backgrounds, interests and job functions among other reasons. Usually these groups are formed with good intentions but as time goes on these groups could evolve into cliques and if they do …

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The 2015 Leadership Bucket List

In Leadership by Jason Cortel

What are you looking forward to in 2015? Have you set your goals to help you become a better leader in 2015? The following leadership bucket list can help polish your leadership skills and elevate your influence.

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Why Leadership is Best Behind the Scenes

In Leadership by Jason Cortel

It takes a mature and confident leader to say I’m OK being behind the scenes. Being behind the scenes allows other people to shine. The primary objective for a leader is to bring out the greatness in others. How can a leader bring out greatness in others when the leader is shining too bright?

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How to Avoid Being a Jekyll and Hyde Leader

In Leadership by Jason Cortel

Can a leader be two people as described by Robert Louis Stevenson and be successful? How to avoid being a Jekyll and Hyde leader. Consistency is important in business. The first step for a leader to earn trust is consistency. Follow these two simple rules.

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A Casualty of Unhealthy Leadership

In Leadership by Jason Cortel

People don’t quit their job they quit their leader. This phrase has been around for a long time and despite its truth it is often ignored. Instead they fool themselves into thinking they are leaving for pay, they couldn’t handle the workload, they resisted change or their loyalty to the company is …

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The How and Why of Great Leadership

In Leadership by Louise Haller

Leadership, the responsibility to guide and direct others to follow, is as much about HOW and WHY as it is about WHAT you do.  There is plenty of great advice available about what to do.   Most anyone who has been given the title and assigned the authority can be the …

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Leadership and Personal Branding

In Leadership, Personal Branding by Jason Cortel

Developing and maintaining your personal brand acts as a catalyst for your career advancement. Your personal brand is the sum of the values you stand for, the skills and talents that you consistently deliver and the experience you bring to the table. Having a well-articulated personal brand means that others …

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This Happens When the Going Gets Tough

In Leadership by Louise Haller

General George S. Patton said “The test of success is not what you do when you are on top. Success is how high you bounce when you hit the bottom.” And, nearly fifty years prior, in his literary essay As a Man Thinketh, James Allen stated that “Circumstance does not …

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