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Team With Rock Stars

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“By Jennifer V. Miller of  SmartBrief”

“Rock star” employees. The words connote talented professionals, at the peak of their skills, ethically and effortlessly bringing in results with minimal drama. The brightest of these stars are adept team players, as well.

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Great Leaders

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By Joel Garfinkle, of SmartBrief”

From small shops to giant corporations, we know that great leaders everywhere are on top of any number of important facts and figures, deadlines and other business information. They have the knowledge, the expertise and the drive to succeed — often in very different ways. The best leaders, however, all share a common trait: they prioritize relationships.

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Leadership

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” By Naphtali Hoff, of SmartBrief”

eadership is the ability to not only understand and utilize your innate talents, but to also effectively leverage the natural strengths of your team to accomplish the mission. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, answer key or formula to leadership. Leadership should be the humble, authentic expression of your unique personality in pursuit of bettering whatever environment you are in. – Katie Christy, founder, Activate Your Talent

A parable is told about a pencil-maker who was preparing to put an important pencil in a box. Before doing so, though, he took the pencil aside. “There are five things you need to know,” he said. “If you can remember these five things, you will become the best pencil you can be.”

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FBI Leadership Traits

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By LaRae Quy, of SmartBrief”

I loved being an FBI agent because there was a sense of meaning and purpose every time I walked into the office. The FBI’s mission is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.

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Leaders Can’t be Offended”

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” By Michael Hyatt, Of Michael Hyatt”

Here is one big downside to being a leader: You are going to draw fire. You will have critics, trolls, second-guessers, and people who insist on thinking the worst of you.

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“Tin Man” leadership

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“By Mark Nation, of SmartBrief”

I recently had a conversation with the leader of a nonprofit about how we so easily become mechanical in our work, especially when we are in positions of leadership. The man I was talking with made a quick, off-the-cuff reference to the story of the Tin Man, and then moved on, but the metaphor really stuck with me.

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Employee Retention

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By Jennifer V. Miller, of SmartBrief”

Have you heard about the recent fad in the hallways of middle schools across the US? Homemade “slime,” created from laundry detergent and white glue, is a big hit at our house right now.

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Restore Your Rationality

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By John R. Stoker, of SmartBrief”

Recently my college-age son hit a large piece of asphalt while driving our 1997 Toyota Avalon down a country road at night. The impact against the undercarriage caused the airbags to deploy and shatter the car’s windshield.

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No Quick Fixes

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” By James daSilva, of SmartBrief”

The term “thought leader” is one of those phrases that’s become popular despite its meaning being unclear. You are a leader of thoughts? What thoughts? How so? Are you an expert in all (any?) fields, or just in the art of thinking?

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Leadership

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” By Naphtali Hoff, of SmartBreif”

A parable is told about a pencil-maker who was preparing to put an important pencil in a box. Before doing so, though, he took the pencil aside. “There are five things you need to know,” he said. “If you can remember these five things, you will become the best pencil you can be.”

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