Posts Tagged ‘influence’

The First Steps to Implementing a Shared Leadership Approach Within a Group or Organization

Our current era is defined by social changes, constantly emerging new information technologies and problems of increasing complexity and diversity for organizations.

 

Those wishing to succeed by distinguishing themselves and increasing their visibility in their domain will need to …


Why Everybody Can and Should Develop their Communication Skills

Seth Godin’s short article “Open conversations (or close them)” illustrates two important aspects of communication that should be developed for those wishing to improve their leadership potential. These are:


    1. That communication skills need to be developed both inside and

Voicing Your Opinion and Influencing in Group Discussions: Two Essential Leadership Qualities

I’ve recently heard CEOs and industry leaders complain about the lack of initiative from employees who should show signs of leadership. Workers’ silence during meetings and group discussions was taken to be a lack of initiative, of interest, of ability …


Charismatic Leadership: Fact and Fiction

The belief that charisma is a prerequisite ability for successful leadership insinuates two misconceptions: first, that it is limited to a small number of people with an extraordinary power to charm or influence; second, that the group leader is …


Some of the Most Common Misconceptions on Leadership and How They Affect our Way of Thinking About the Subject

There are common misconceptions on leadership that influence our way of thinking on the subject and affect how we face everyday challenges. My interviews, research and case-studies on leadership have helped me come up with three false beliefs in many …