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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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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Communication | Tags: Internal Communication, Workplace Communication, Lead with Excellence, Frontline Leadership | View Count: (92)
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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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Communication, Conflict | Tags: Front Line Leadership, Slow to Speak, Quick to Listen, Reduce Conflict, Team Effectiveness | View Count: (193)
5 Tips to Improve Your Next Presentation
You sip your coffee but barely taste it. Your stomach is in knots, and your mind is racing. You know the material like the back of your hand, and you're passionate about this idea. You just want everyone to be on board, you want the information to make sense, and—let’s be honest—you want to impress your boss. Whether you’re a seasoned presenter, or this is the first in-person presentation you’ve made in over a year, you want to make sure your presentation doesn’t bomb. You’ve heard th...
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| Categories: Communication, Performance, Employee Development, Coaching | Tags: presentation, presenting | View Count: (511)
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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: (803)
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Is Online Training Right for Me?

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Is Online Training Right for Me?
Name the employee you anticipate will step into a significant leadership role in your company. What if you scheduled a leadership training seminar through Front Line Leadership and he called in sick the morning of the program? What if a manager looked forward to the program so that she could grow in her leadership position, but could not attend due to a family emergency? At Front Line Leadership, we believe in our program because we have seen the results. We have watched as leaders emerge fe...
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Communication | Tags: online training | View Count: (967)
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: (1162)
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: (2803)
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Leading Your Company Through Change

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Leading Your Company Through Change
As previously discussed in The Impact of Change in The Workplace, change can be difficult in the workplace for both employees and managers. While change can bring about positive progress in a company, overcoming the stress, anxiety, and resistance can be a hard summit to climb. A good manager/leader will need tools to help lead their team to the other side of change.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Communication, Employee Development, Coaching | Tags: Change, Impact of Change, Front Line, Front Line Leadership, Front Line Leadership Program, Robert Winter, Bryan, College Station, Texas | View Count: (1760)
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DiSC and Conflict: Part 1

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DiSC and Conflict: Part 1
Conflict in the workplace is a normal occurrence. It is the expression of that conflict which determines whether it is constructive or destructive. In The Root of Conflict, Part 1 we discuss the main causes of workplace conflict; poor communication, differences in personalities, different values, and competition.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Communication | Tags: Conflict in the Workplace, Workplace Conflict, DiSC, DiSC Assessment, Robert Winter, Front Line, Front Line Leadership Program, Leadership Development, Bryan, College Station, Texas, Communication | View Count: (1727)
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Coaching - Best Behaviors

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Coaching - Best Behaviors
Leadership coaching is the process of developing people’s skills and abilities to inspire growth within the members of an organization. Oftentimes managers find themselves needing balance between managing people and creating an environment where team members can grow and flourish.
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| Categories: Front Line Leadership, Leadership, Teamwork, Communication, Coaching | Tags: Coaching, Business Coaching, Management, Teamwork, Communication, Front Line, Front Line Leadership Program, Front Line Leadership, Robert Winter, Leadership Development Program | View Count: (1860)
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