The Clear Traits Of A Leader With Charisma

How to raise your charisma.

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Leaders must maintain a high level of charisma. Charisma can be defined as a, “compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.” Leaders with charisma influence and gain the trust of those they lead. Charisma is a key aspect when it comes to leading successfully. Warren Bennis said, “Charisma is the result of […]

Think 80/20 When Using Your Strengths And Weakness

5 action steps to become strength-based

Think 80/20 When Using Your Strengths And Weakness

There has been an emerging practice over the past decade when it comes to using your strengths and weakness. The key practice and advice people have given is to spend your time in areas of strengths while limiting or avoiding areas of weakness. Knowing each of us have both strengths and weakness, how does a […]

Daily Energy Enhancing Practices for a Leaders Busy Day

4 practices to increase energy levels

Daily Energy Enhancing Practices for a Leaders Busy Day

Leaders are extremely busy people. Their days are full and they are often going from one meeting or task to the next. The demand, stress, and workload of leadership require a high energy level. Energy gives you the strength to keep working and leading. Author Tony Robbins said this about a person’s energy, “The higher […]

Four Practical Ways To Serve Your Leader

How to serve your leader

Four Easy Ways To Serve Your Leader

American businessman David Green said, “You need an attitude of service. You’re not just serving yourself.” The most successful leaders have the habit of serving those around and above them. Whether you have an official leadership position or not you should intentionally serve the people who lead you (your boss or supervisor). It should come […]

How Leaders Build Workplace Power without Formal Authority

5 tips to gain workplace power

How Leaders Build Workplace Power without Formal Authority

This is a guest article by Denis Geoghegan. Denis is the founder of EPM, a site that helps people improve their leadership and management skills. When you think of someone with workplace power you may automatically think of someone who is in charge. They have the formal authority to issue directives and orders to others […]

How To Effortlessly Pick The Next Best Book To Read

The 4 step system to picking a book

How To Effortlessly Pick The Next Best Book To Read

Harry Truman said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” Reading is a crucial element for sharpening your leadership skills and growing your skill levels. The challenge is there are countless numbers of potential books to read. I struggle and take a long time each month picking the books I’m going to […]

Outstanding Quotes about Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Quotes

Outstanding Quotes about Emotional Intelligence

Below is a collection of the best and most outstanding quotes about emotional intelligence. If you sign up to my email list I will send you a PDF copy of Success Quotes, Foundational Elements for Lasting Success and Characteristics and Qualities of a Great Leader: A Quote Book Full of Truth and Wisdom. All you […]

4 Practical Ways to Become a Superior Communicator

Valuable communication skills

4 Ways to Become a Better Communicator

Leaders will benefit from improving their communication skills. No matter your level of competence when it comes to communication, there is always room for growth and improvement. Most of the time effective communication is about remembering and applying basic communication skills. There are 4 communication skills which will allow you to become or remain an […]

The Powerful Principle Of Stopping To Propel Forward

Why every leader needs to stop

The Powerful Principle Of Stopping To Propel Forward

Great leaders are driven to perform and execute. There are times though that the best option for a leader is to stop. To practice the lost art of stopping and intentionally doing nothing to refocus on certain things that would propel them forward. Stopping to propel forward is less about physically going or doing and […]