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The Power in Focusing on Solving Problems as a Leader
A study at MIT revealed an interesting and potentially undervalued form of leadership: one led by problem-solvers who never intended to become leaders. This unique group of ‘leaders’ didn’t set out on a path to be a leader or manager. Instead, they set out on a journey to find and fix problems. They look forward to a challenge and become obsessed with finding new ways, ideas, resources, etc to overcome any obstacle.
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Creating a Collaborative Culture in 3 Ways
All businesses have the ability to work smarter, not harder and come out better than their sum of their collective members’ intelligence and talent, however, many fall short. A collaborative culture sounds simple at its core. A group of people working together in a meaningful way to achieve successful results. Sounds simple, right? Then why do so many organizations struggle and even fail in their marketplaces?
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Communication | Tags: Front Line Leadership Program, Collaboration, Leadership, Communication | View Count: (60)
7 Ways Leaders Unknowingly Sabotage Their Own Teams
Leading comes with a myriad of challenges and obstacles. There are numerous reasons for and catalysts of the downfall of a team or group of employees. But what about when the largest factor in a team’s disfunction is the leader themselves? What are ways leaders sabotage their own teams and how do we avoid these behaviors
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| Categories: Leadership, Teamwork, Communication | Tags: Modern Workplace, Front Line, Front Line Leadership, Front Line Leadership Program, Bryan, Austin, College Station, Texas, Robert Winter, Leadership, Leadership Training, Leadership, Teamwork, Sabotage, Conflict, Employee Turnover | View Count: (515)
Top 5 Leadership Qualities Revealed
What skills are needed for effective and inspirational leadership across organizations and businesses? A few years ago, Zenger and Folkman compiled research to discover just that, the most crucial characteristics that all leaders need to possess and practice. Rather than seeing data that pointed to leaders at different levels implementing differing skills and traits, they found that there was a specific subset of qualities that make a leader productive, especially at higher levels of an organiza...
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The Impact of Different Leadership Roles
When it comes to leadership styles, each individual has a style suited best to them. Of the seven main leadership styles, most leaders have a combination of styles that mesh together and form their managerial role. To understand the intricacies of leadership styles it is important to delve into the styles themselves.
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How Managers Can Learn By Doing

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How Managers Can Learn By Doing
With job creation on the rise, the increased need for new managers follows. Unfortunately, in recent data collected by the Harvard Business Review, the average age of first-time managers is 30, while the average age managers are receiving leadership training is 42. This time gap can lead to workplace complications and a greater sense by employees that managers aren’t in tune with their staff and the best practices for the business.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Coaching | Tags: Modern Workplace, Front Line, Front Line Leadership, Front Line Leadership Program, Bryan, College Station, Texas, Robert Winter, Manager Training, Learn By Doing, Manager Development, Management Training | View Count: (431)
The Importance of Leadership Training
The year is new, and everyone has made a list of goals to work towards to make 2019 their best year yet. For anyone working in a leadership capacity, their New Year goals should include leadership training. With every passing year, the workplace evolves as an ever-changing environment. New technologies, differing views on personal and organizational branding, culture shifts, and the rapid-fire growth seen in many industries have leaders struggling to keep up. Hence the shift toward leadership tr...
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Change in Today's Workplace

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Change in Today's Workplace
With new technologies entering the marketplace almost daily, it’s hard to keep running any business the same as it was run even two years ago. Change is inevitable and happens more rapidly now than ever it seems.  For every industry out there, change may take on a variety of forms.
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Managing the Holidays

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Managing the Holidays
That magical time of year is around the corner; the holidays. It can be a hectic time of year for everyone, managers included. Beyond juggling your own holiday happenings, you become a one-person act for juggling the holiday needs and stress of your entire team.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership | Tags: Managing the Holidays, Holidays, Bryan, College Station, Texas, Robert Winter, Front Line, Front Line Leadership, Management, Leadership | View Count: (442)
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The Impact of Change in the Workplace

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The Impact of Change in the Workplace
As written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in Frankenstein, “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” And yet change is inevitable. Not only in our day to day lives, but also in our workplaces. While some changes bring about positive progress, some changes at their onset, can seem negative and overwhelming.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Coaching | Tags: Change, Change in the Workplace, Impact of Change, Front Line, Front Line Leadership Program, Bryan, Texas, College Station, Robert Winter | View Count: (691)
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