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Avoid Regretting Your Career Change
You’re on the hunt for a job that’s fulfilling, a company with a mission statement you’re proud of, or a product you’re passionate about. Maybe you want more flexible hours, greater opportunities for promotions, or the chance to use a different skill set. But before you jump ship, you might want to slow down and consider a few questions that Front Line Leadership offers to determine what’s influencing your decision to take another job. That way, you won’t regret a career change down the road.
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10 Ways to Improve Internal Communications
Effective internal communication is crucial to the success of your organization. So, rather than bombarding your employees with lengthy emails or meetings that leave everyone confused and frustrated, start communicating in a way that makes a positive impact. Below are 10 questions to ask yourself as you craft and prepare to deliver internal communication. These questions will ensure the message is effective both in the way it’s sent and in how it’s received by your employees. At Front Line Le...
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Becoming Slow to Speak and Quick to Listen
When it comes to tension in the workplace, misunderstanding is often at the root. But there are tactics you can put into play that will reduce conflict and enhance collaboration. As a leader, you’ll have to work hard to be quick to listen and slow to speak. Identifying your natural responses will help you navigate difficult conversations and prevent you from reacting negatively.
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How to Have the Mindset of a Leader

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How to Have the Mindset of a Leader
John Quincy Adams said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader." Leadership is more than just effectively providing direction and managing conflict. Leaders inspire others to innovate, learn, and achieve their goals. Good leaders understand the need for professional growth and development as they seek to motivate others.
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Creating a Culture of Greatness

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Creating a Culture of Greatness
Most people want to be known as great at what they do. Greatness inspires athletes, artists, actors, innovators, and businesspeople. A desire to be great motivates us to work harder, to keep learning, and to keep practicing. We want to hone our skills and be recognized for the work we produce. Rather than emphasizing your own greatness, a great leader cultivates a work environment so the entire team can be great.
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3 Ways to Keep Top Talent from Leaving
You shake your head in frustration. Your jaw is clenched tight, and you want to throw something. Instead, you roll your shoulders back and inhale deeply. It doesn’t really help, but at least your coffee mug is still intact. This is the third resignation letter you’ve received this month. And not from an intern or easily replaceable position. This is the third letter from a man you had high hopes for. Maybe you should have promoted him earlier, maybe it wouldn’t have mattered. He is one of you...
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How to Bridge the Generation Gap and Lead More Effectively
As the workforce fills up with the next generation, it’s time to bridge the generational gap rather than dismiss it. Remember, you were a young professional once, too! You had something to offer your company, so it’s time to find out what the millennials on your team can offer today. You’ll lead more effectively, increasing employee satisfaction and employee engagement when you apply these principles today.
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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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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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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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