Everyone loves participative leadership. Or do they? At the end of the day, of course, you are the leader! What happens when a very urgent or very unpalatable decision has to be made? Does participative leadership work then? Or does it have its limits? I
Today we have a guest post from Nadia Jones who blogs at online college about education, college, student, teacher, money saving and movie related topics. I believe her very sensible advice will be useful to all leaders and managers. Three Steps to Resolve Conflict as a Leader As a leader, not only will you have to make sure […]
The secret of being a good leader is the ability to be flexible. Whatever your natural style, If you can adapt that style to meet the needs of the times and your situation, well, in my book, you will be doing OK. And I believe you may be quite unusual.
for me, home and the early years are critical. What do young children see at home in terms of what is expected of women? What views are expressed of women as leaders in the family? What experiences of leadership do we give young women as they are growing up?
It is very easy to become depressed when you have been out of work for a long time. Your motivation seems to just drain away and you may feel like you can’t be bothered any more. But there are things that you can do to help!