Managing change is really about leading change by influencing people to voluntarily embrace the change and align themselves with where the organization is going. The only way to lead change is with an aligned team of effective leaders. Change is more about people than the change itself.
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The latest look at what types of leaders produce the best results based on Don Shapiro’s experience and review of major research on leadership, employee engagement, employee retention and strategic alignment.
People can be bad. Bosses can be bad. People can do bad things and influence others to do bad things. Maybe it’s time to stop calling these people leaders. We are overusing the term leader and leadership and calling people leaders who are not leaders.
Don Shapiro has spent a lifetime learning about leadership and what type of leaders produce the best results that started all the way back at Hollywood High School. This is his story.
Too many definitions and not enough clarity may be holding too many back from becoming truly effective leaders There are more definitions for the terms leader and leadership than anyone could imagine and they seem to be expanding exponentially. Where do they all come from? Which ones can help us the most? While it’s good to […]
If we focus more precisely on what makes one a leader, we can develop a lot more people into effective leaders Leadership has taken on a lot of baggage over the years. I believe people have piled on so many things it’s supposed to mean that we may have lost sight about what leadership really […]
As the use of teams continues to grow and those teams are often made up of individuals from different locations, organizations and cultures, the need for more team members to be effective leaders has never been more important.