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COMMENTARY: School Principal: The Most Difficult CEO Job in the Nation

Schools all over the nation are struggling to modify their strategies to meet the Common Core demands regarding critical thinking and problem solving. They must also find ways to teach 21st Century workplace skills, enhance students’ social and emotional development, and, of course, build their character so they become responsible and productive citizens. Oh, they must also be sure to create an … Read More The post COMMENTARY: School Principal: The Most Difficult CEO Job in the Nation appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 914.1: Leading by Inspiration

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Why are negative management practices so prevalent? They include yelling, cursing, insults (sometimes masked in sarcasm or masquerading as jokes), criticizing subordinates in front of others, threatening demotion or termination, and talking to adults as if they were children. Why are so many managers oblivious to the demoralizing effect of focusing on weaknesses and shortcomings […] The post COMMENTARY 914.1: Leading by Inspiration appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 857.5: Leading by Inspiration

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Why are negative management practices so prevalent? They include yelling, cursing, insults (sometimes masked in sarcasm or masquerading as jokes), criticizing subordinates in front of others, threatening demotion or termination, and talking to adults as if they were children. Why are so many managers oblivious to the demoralizing effect of focusing on weaknesses and shortcomings […]

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Lack Influence at Work? Why Most Leaders Struggle to Lead Positive Change

Most leaders put a great deal of time into crafting strategy, selecting winning products and engaging with analysts and shareholders, but according to a new study, only six percent are successful in influencing …

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Lack Influence at Work? Why Most Leaders Struggle to Lead Positive Change

QUOTE & POSTER: Great leaders are teachers not tyrants. They help their followers see and understand more. They inspire them to become more and motivate them to do more. Michael Josephson

(see 8 Attributes of Great Leaders at www.josephsoninstitute.org/business/blog)

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QUOTE & POSTER: Great leaders are teachers not tyrants. They help their followers see and understand more. They inspire them to become more and motivate them to do more. Michael Josephson