4 Steps to Removing Leadership Bias

4 Steps to Removing Leadership Bias

Not much time passes before I am once again humbled by an author’s viewpoint in yet another article on leadership bias originating somewhere on the globe. Many such articles exist right here on AboutLeaders.com. I am reminded on such an occasion how much there is to...
Leading Change in an Anti-Change Culture

Leading Change in an Anti-Change Culture

Leading change can be touchy and difficult. How often have you felt the pressure from peers, whether implicitly or explicitly, to downplay an idea that might lead to positive change? If it happens to you often, the organizational culture around you may lean against...
Failures Empower Leadership

Failures Empower Leadership

I read an article by the entrepreneurial leadership phenomenon Jeff Stibel. If you don’t know anything about Jeff, I recommend you Google him. He has an impressive background and accomplishments, a great outlook, demeanor, and personality. As impressive as...
Leadership and Bullying

Leadership and Bullying

The bullying-awareness climate marks an interesting turning point in human civilization. I don’t recall such a public focus on bullying before, even though bullying is something most of us have seen or experienced in our lives. I especially appreciate articles by...
Tacit Leadership: Power of the Implicit

Tacit Leadership: Power of the Implicit

During my early days in the Air Force as a young non-commissioned officer, I began to wonder why airmen would feel motivated to please one leader and not another.  Why “yessir” invoked positive emotion for the former and negative for the latter. How could...
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