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9 Seemingly-weak behaviours that define great leaders

I don’t believe that what we often label as “weaknesses” is correct. Some of them are actually great signs of leadership. When I speak and coach leaders, they tell me openly that they don’t want to show some specific behaviors because they think they might look weak in front of their people.  In retrospect, these […]

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051: 9 Seemingly-Weak Behaviours that Define Great Leaders

I don’t believe that what we often label as “weaknesses” is correct. Some of them are actually great signs of leadership. In this episode, I shared some typical misconceptions about weaknesses in the workplace and explained why seemingly-weak behaviors are actually wonderful ways to demonstrate good leadership. I look forward to hearing your thoughts or

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040: How to Thrive in a New Era of Connection with Dr. Michelle K. Johnston

Over the past few years, there’s been a noticeable shift in how leadership is defined and realized. Leaders who have previously relied on an authoritarian ‘command and control’ style are learning that a fear-based approach is no longer acceptable in today’s organizational culture. Instead, research and collected data indicate that high performance is achieved when

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How to thrive in a new era of connection

Connection & Authenticity in Leadership Over the past few years, there’s been a noticeable shift happening in the way that leadership is defined and realized. Leaders who have previously relied on an authoritarian ‘command and control’ style are learning that a fear-based approach is no longer acceptable in today’s organizational culture. Instead, research and collected

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016: 6 Ways to Build Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace with Alison Coates

Emotional intelligence is responsible for as much as 80 percent of our success. But emotional intelligence is more than being nice to people. It’s about using emotions as the source of information to decide what actions to take.  In today’s episode of “The World Class Leaders Show”, we welcome Alison Coates to discuss how to

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