Monthly Archives: September 2011

Getting Buy-In For Your Vision

Getting buy-in for your vision is at the top of your list as an authentic leader. Before you can move forward you need to be sure your team, followers, have bought into your vision. Here are three steps you can take immediately. Continue reading

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Leading by Example

Leaders live under a microscope. Nothing you say or do escapes the scrutiny and examination of your followers. That’s one of the most important tenets of leadership: followers mirror the example set for them. Whether it’s accountability, or any of the other leadership qualities, be sure to continually ask yourself these important questions: Continue reading

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The Power of Accountability

Accountability is about doing what’s right. It’s the backbone of any successful organization and continually speaks to the integrity and ethics of your organization and you as a leader.
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