7 Brutal Truths About Leadership Not Too Many People Want To Hear: What defines true leadership success

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“True leadership, at its core, is a matter of the heart,” writes Marcel Schwantes, author of Inc.’s article on true leadership success.

Schwantes quotes poet and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, when referring to great leadership: “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’” Great leaders must face seven difficult truths “about what truly defines leadership success”:

  1. Leaders must face conflict to solve problems. All people experience conflict;

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Guiding Others into A New Future

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The global community has been living amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting global economic crisis for anywhere between three and eight months, depending on the region of the world. This crisis feels acute and also has lasting effects on our daily lives.

While it is important to act quickly in a crisis, Financial Times author Yuval Noah Harari cautions  that “we should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions…we should ask ourselves not only how to overcome the immediate threat,

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Five Tips for Providing Feedback to Remote Employees

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Since the COVID-19 global pandemic, the world has seen unparalleled rates of remote working for many different industries. It is essential that companies adapt in order to remain viable in the market. Yet, managers and employers must also adapt their behavior for the new normal.

This Forbes Magazine article, “Five Tips for Providing Feedback to Remote Employees,” by Chuck Ainsworth explores five essential practices for managers and organizational leaders to provide feedback virtually. In order to “provide challenge and support in a way that will enhance psychological safety,

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