leadership traits

In Leadership, It’s the Little Things

Amy Evans

  “If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude.” ~Colin Powell In the past several months, our organization has added to our own leadership team and has worked with several clients to kick off or wrap up […]

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The Art of Managing Up

Victoria Rodgers

Executive leadership teams are responsible for carrying out the company strategy, mission, and values. While they need to maintain a level of engagement at the management level to stay abreast of how to serve their frontline teams, the ultimate goal of a leader is to influence, empower, and maximize the efforts of their followers and […]

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Stay in the Know: Embracing Conflict as a Leader

Elise Margol

Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing an article that we found interesting. We think you will too. To be an effective leader, one must be equipped to handle conflict in a direct manner. We need to recognize that conflict between people is a normal, natural, and inevitable part […]

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Stay in the Know: Leaders Need to Get Real

Elise Margol

Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing an article we came across that we found interesting. We think you will too. How do you engage with your teams? Do your teams know the “real” you? Sometimes leaders tend to focus on what they’re supposed to be and do for […]

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Stay in the Know: The Six Deadly Sins of Leadership

Amy Fox

Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing an article we came across that we found interesting. We think you will too. I recently saw this adaption of a Jack Welch lecture that was featured on LinkedIn in late March. I think it’s awesome! The Six Deadly Sins of Leadership […]

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How Well Are You Collaborating?

Elise Margol

The word “collaboration” is a tad funny to me. Have you ever noticed how often people use this word? What do organizations mean when they tell their leaders to use a collaborative leadership style? I chuckle because it reminds me of a previous job I had. Leadership directed us on a daily basis to be more collaborative with our department; however, the way we were structured and completed work did not lend itself to this goal.

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Leader or Manager—Which Are You?

Amy Evans

This is a question that many have asked and many books have been written on the subject. As 2011 comes to an end, I am pondering this question yet again. To get a better handle on it, I decided to look up the definitions of these two terms.

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Four Ways to Demonstrate Authentic Leadership

In this video blog, Accelerated Business Results President Amy Fox shares four simple ways that leaders can exhibit real, genuine leadership on a day-to-day basis.

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Three Key Traits That Today’s Leaders Need

In this video blog, Amy Evans shares three traits that are beneficial for leaders today: agility, the ability to permeate, and contentment.

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