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Are You Using the Right Leadership Style?
The four primary styles of leadership indicate that no style is better or more effective than the other. It doesn’t highlight a specific style or raise up a particular kind of person. Instead, it shows how different people are. How different styles of leadership are necessary to successfully lead different kinds of people.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: Frontline Leadership, Leadership Styles, Employee Development, Leadership, Healthy Communication, Conflict Resolution, Employee Satisfaction, Leadership Program | View Count: (158)
10 Vital Skills a Modern Leader Needs
As the workforce changes, so do leadership and management styles. At Front Line Leadership, we want your company to succeed which means employees that hold a management or leadership role may need to make adjustments to propel your organization into a brighter tomorrow. Below are 10 skills that we believe are essential to every leader.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Employee Development | Tags: modern leader, leadership, employee development | View Count: (296)
Spotting and Eliminating Poor Role Models in Your Organization
Do you remember those games on the back of cereal boxes when you were a kid? While shoveling your favorite sugary cereal in your mouth on a lazy Saturday morning, you could analyze two pictures that looked identical at first glance. But the challenge was to spot the differences. The house on the left had two-paned windows, while the house on the right had single-pane windows. The tree on the right was filled with apples while the tree on the left was empty.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Problem Solving | Tags: role model, role models, leadership, leadership training | View Count: (293)
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How to Avoid Turnover

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How to Avoid Turnover
You sit at your desk frustrated and confused. Your top employee just quit. You’re left feeling overwhelmed at the thought of distributing their work, analyzing who could take on such critical clients. And there’s the inconvenience of sifting through resumes, interviewing, and onboarding a new employee. This loss will set you back and you already feel pressed for time. You wonder, “Why did they really quit? Great opportunities only present themselves when you’re looking for them, right?” ...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Development, Problem Solving | Tags: Employee Turnover, Turnover, Leadership | View Count: (496)
5 Daily Habits of Effective Business Leaders
You’ve reached your personal goal and received the leadership position you worked so hard for. Now what? Logistically you know what to do. But how can you ensure your success in this position? What can you do regularly to effectively lead your team or organization? Below are five habits for you to include in your daily routine that will raise you and your company’s level of success.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: Company Success | View Count: (524)
Get More Out of Your Workday: Renew Your Energy to Improve Your Focus
It’s 2 p.m. and you sit in front of your computer with a fresh cup of coffee. Maybe the caffeine will help you push through the afternoon slump. You open up the document you’re reviewing and your phone buzzes. You glance at the screen—it’s a notification from your weather app. You turn back to your computer. But then you think, “I wonder if it’s supposed to rain this weekend?” You open the weather app and look at the upcoming forecast. No rain. Maybe you’ll grill some burgers on Saturday...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement, Employee Development, Coaching | Tags: Focus | View Count: (418)
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Tips to Onboarding New Leaders

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Tips to Onboarding New Leaders
The door closes behind you. You look out the window, admiring this view of the city. For a minute you bask in the quiet. No phones ring, no keyboards click, no people talk in the background. You didn’t realize how loud, yet how comforting, those sounds had been. It’s strange being in the office with the other executives while everyone else still works from home. Transitioning to a new company in this climate was a big leap of faith, but you have a renewed excitement. You’re grateful for those...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: New Leader | View Count: (677)
6 Ways to Manage Diversity in the Workplace
You’ve made the rounds to ensure your children are fast asleep. It’s Christmas Eve and you grab a hammer, a flashlight, and a cup of steaming coffee, then head to the backyard to finish playing the role of Santa. He’s bringing your kids a swing set complete with a twisting yellow slide, three swings, and a ladder that leads to the tallest tower, the highest mountain, the secret lair, or whatever else exists within your child’s imagination. Tonight, you have the joy of quietly building what i...
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Honesty is the Best Motivator

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Honesty is the Best Motivator
“Everything’s going to be fine!” Is one of the least helpful statements you can say to someone. It may very well be true, but it often feels trite and dismissive. If you were in the car with a friend driving through a new city when the engine started smoking and a flat tire interrupted your pleasant conversation, “everything’s going to be fine,” does not soothe the siren ringing in your mind. When a pandemic sweeps through the world, dramatically changing the way you grocery shop, host a b...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Communication | Tags: honesty, leadership | View Count: (607)
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How to Motivate Temporary Workers

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How to Motivate Temporary Workers
Do you remember your first internship? You may have decided you would “fake it ‘til you make it,” and walked around confidently, determined to prove yourself, and learn as much as possible. While some people have great memories of hard work and a rewarding pay-off, others remember feeling just outside the loop or even blatantly cast aside, only receiving recognition in the form of criticism. If you’re not careful, many of your temporary workers will fall into this category. They will underpe...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Performance | Tags: temporary workers | View Count: (718)
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