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Earning Influence

Jan 13, 2014
Category: Servant Leadership

Influence is earned. Are you implementing the four key practices to earn influence?
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Ambiguity in purpose or process will undermine the effectiveness of any team. Effective leaders will insist on creating clarity.
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The primary difference between conventional leaders and unconventional leaders is this: A conventional leader is primarily concerned with advancing and protecting themselves. An unconventional leader is primarily concerned with advancing and protecting those they lead. Discover 5 characteristics that set unconventional leaders apart.
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Anger is a fact of life for leaders. It is a poor, but often used, tool for dealing with workplace issues. A leader's ability to constructively engage and process his or her own is what allows them to be effective when leadership is really needed. Here are three principles for relating to anger in the heat of the moment.
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There are at least four ways that vision within in an organization can be lost or weakened. If your organization or team seems to lack direction, motivation, struggle to work collaboratively - there is often a vision problem. Explore these four ways to improve the vision of your team or organization.
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Fear is possibly one of the greatest inhibitors of effective leadership. There are three basic categories of fear. For a leader, there is only one way to deal with all of them. Fears must be faced.
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Ambiguity breeds conflict. Clarity prevents conflict. It's simple. Many of the issues that we chalk up to personality problems and bad attitudes could be avoided with solid preventative clarity. It may be that the personality problems are still there. Attitudes may still need to be adjusted. But with timely and sufficient communication most conflicts can be avoided.
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