The Best Leadership Articles I Read This Week
It’s hard to stay on top of the best leadership articles published each week. So here are three articles I found helpful this week.
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This Week’s Best Leadership Articles:
“As a leader, I firmly believe that self-awareness is the cornerstone of effective leadership. In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape, leaders who possess a deep understanding of themselves can navigate challenges with clarity, make informed decisions, and inspire their teams to do the same and achieve success.”
“All too often, being a tough leader is confused with simply being a jerk. But if you want to see your leadership impact grow, you need to know how to be tough without the “jerk factor”. Somewhere along the line, what it means to truly be a tough, resourceful and resilient leader came to be construed as being merely insensitive, uncaring and boorish. On the other hand, to be seen as kind, understanding and thoughtful has come to be seen, at least in some circles, as being weak. Now, to be clear, not every nice person is an effective leader. But the idea that toughness can’t be expressed through kindness is utterly without merit.”
“It’s easy to find fault with such an approach, it’s shortcomings painfully obvious. There’s a flip side, however, to the man shouting on the street corner, a flip side that far too often goes unnoticed. There’s not only good theology delivered poorly, but there’s bad theology delivered well, and both are equally destructive.”
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