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  • 09/30/16--08:00: Lose The Yes Men
  • By LOUISA DEVADASON
    If a company has cultivated a yes-man culture, they have unwittingly bred a culture of people who are either too afraid to say anything or just shut up and collect their pay cheques.

    The post Lose The Yes Men appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
    Great bosses dream big and show us all the great things we can accomplish. Being a great boss obviously has a tangible value other than just being liked, but how do you know if you are one? And, if you’re not, how do you get better?

    The post Unique Things Great Bosses Do Every Day appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By SANDY CLARKE
    She was assassinated by her own bodyguards on October 31, 1984. While India’s third Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi was a controversial leader to many, her unyielding pragmatism and cunning undoubtedly put India on the map.

    The post The Leadership of Indira Gandhi appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By PREMA JAYABALAN
    When in meetings, situations can get heated up due to crises and the manner you voice out your opinions may come across as offensive to some. How do you ensure that people don’t mistaken you for being rude?

    The post 5 Communication Tips To Prevent Yourself From Being Perceived As Rude appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By NINA TI
    Dealing with difficult clients can make your toes curl. They can be managed but only if you resist the temptation to fight fire with fire.

    The post How Do You Manage A Really Difficult Client? appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By DAN ROCKWELL
    Leaders spend too much time thinking about talking and too little working on listening. What would happen to the people around you if you were more excited to listen than speak?

    The post Five Things That Go Up When Leaders Listen appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By SANDY CLARKE and NADIA RADHUAN
    Every chief executive officer (CEO) I meet grapples with numerous professional challenges and personal struggles, yet he or she often has no one to talk to and get feedback from in an authentic manner.

    The post The Art Of Learning From The Best appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By SANDY CLARKE
    Why do we use "deadline" when we don't intend someone to die at the end of the line? In this Leadership Nuggets video, Scott Friedman shares an interesting insight in using a different language with an end goal to celebrate success!

    The post Leadership Nuggets: There Is Power In The Words You Use appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By PETER ECONOMY
    Generation Y expect recognition, values customisation and are hands on with their consumer habits and this has changed the landscape of businesses everywhere.

    The post 11 Things You Should Know About Gen Y appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By JOHAN MAHMOOD MERICAN and SALIKA SUKSUWAN
    As set out in Accenture’s Reinventing Work in Asean report, 55% of Asean’s working-age population will be between 20 and 39 years old by 2020. These ‘millennials’ are arguably different from prior generations, especially as they are digital natives.

    The post Empowering The Intergenerational Workforce appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By SANDY CLARKE
    There are five essential skills for effective leadership and four reasons leaders lose their way.

    The post Skills For Effective Leadership And How Leaders Lose Their Way appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By KARIN HURT
    I’ll never forget the time a peer executive left me off a meeting invite. Our departments had some competing priorities, and I was sure it was intentional. I stewed on it for weeks.

    The post 3 Communication Mistakes Screwing Up Teamwork appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    By ROSHAN THIRAN
    In communicating a message, remember to KISS, keep it short and simple. It's impressive how much meaning, so layered and rich, can exist within just a few simple words.

    The post Want Your Message To Inspire Great Results? Keep It Short, Simple (KISS!) appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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    Social media is hard to ignore these days. Even businesses have started to recognise the importance of engaging their stakeholders and customers via social media.

    The post Infographic: 10 Ways To Maximise Social Media Impact For Your Business appeared first on Leaderonomics.com.


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