3 Times When Saying, “I Don’t Know” Is A Terrible Leadership Response

When a leader responds to a question by saying, “I don’t know”, it can reveal transparency and authenticity. But sometimes, “I don’t know” is the very worst thing you could say as a leader. Increasingly, leaders are being coached that “It’s okay to say ‘I don’t know’”. This is a largely positive trend and, in…

4 Ways To Maximize The Impact Of Last Impression Leadership

Effective leaders know the importance of making a good first impression. But sometimes overlooked is the power of making a good last impression. Your last impression is the impact you made on your most recent interaction. It’s the leadership deposit you made with a person, a team, or a group the last time you connected…

3 Important Steps You Can Take To Avoid The Copy-Cat Leadership Trap

One of the best ways to develop in your leadership is to learn from other leaders. One of the worst ways is to merely copy these great leaders. Growing leaders will read about other great leaders, will seek to discern their leadership traits, even emulate their leadership skills. Copy-cat leaders do little more than mimic…