Tag: leadership

Originally posted on March 13, 2020 – Great Place To Work In just a short time, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a major impact on the world, closing borders, sending stock markets on wild swings and leaving people everywhere unsure of what comes next. As in any time of uncertainty, companies across the world are naturally concerned about the impact to

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Guest post by: Chip Midnight, Producer, Studio Manager at Nationwide I’m often asked, “How do you get leaders to agree to do a live broadcast?” to which I respond with a question of my own: “How can you afford not to?” In our current corporate culture, employees have more trust in leaders who are open, honest and transparent and deliver

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For a young, or rapidly growing company, the need to articulate their Mission, Vision and Values is even more urgent. Taking a beat to think about your culture and values may seem like a luxury, but the most successful companies know that there are some very real reasons why this matters to their business.

Communication skills are critical to being an effective leader, but they are seldom the reason people are promoted to leadership positions. Even the most personable and engaging leaders can benefit from knowing more about how to strategically use communications to advance their ideas or align their people around a common goal and drive them to action on behalf of the

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Written by: Joanne Linden, CPS, CEAP, AdminUniverse Previously we explored the first two Leadership Fundamentals; Communication and Motivation – but there’s more! To fully engage your Administrative Leadership Role, we have a few more skills on the checklist. Whether you already have a firm grasp on these or you are just diving in, you should revisit these principles on a

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Written by: Joanne Linden, CPS, CEAP, AdminUniverse For most Administrative Professionals, leadership skills do not flawlessly develop overnight. They are collected and refined over time. In this two-part blog series, I will explore the Top 5 Leadership Skills needed to improve both resume development and role effectiveness. Communication Communicating as a leader is a magical craft. As an Administrative Professional,

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Written by David Grossman, YourThoughtPartner.com. Chances are you’re working today on a change that affects your team. How you implement that change will impact whether you meet your overall goals. Here’s the mistake leaders can’t help but make: they wait to communicate. Until they have more information. Until they have “all the answers.” Until it’s often too late. The result

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From the Brilliant Ink Blog by Patty Youngclaus Brilliant Ink’s Ann Melinger will be speaking at ALI’s upcoming conference Aligning HR & Internal Communications to Boost the Employee Experience,  April 24 – 26 in New York.  Melinger will lead an Interactive Workshop: How to Tackle Measurement Challenges Through Strategy, Business-Driven Communications and HR Goals _______________________ “Employees who use their strengths

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Written by Chuck Gose, SocialChorus We know that it is important to get leaders involved in communication, but it can be a challenge for some. Either leaders are apprehensive to share bits of themselves, are timid in front of a camera or simply do not make the time. It’s a struggle. Because when communicators find those leaders who are engaged,

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Time to read: 5:42. Learning can often feel like a solo, passive venture. We sit in front of a teacher, and we soak in their wisdom. While this describes much of my college experience, it was the moments of collaborating with my classmates that truly changed how I view learning. To pass difficult computer science classes at Rutgers, I formed

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