Three Leadership Strategies Fuel Personal Energy

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In today’s workplace, leaders have much to manage: inspire managers, motivate employees, connect with customers and keep profits coming. Unfortunately, with so much on their plates, leaders can sometimes feel overwhelmed, overworked, overstressed and just plain burned out.

Taking time to unplug, recharge and re-energize is of the utmost importance to those in a leadership position. Taking time for oneself is imperative to being a great leader.

But how can you let go of those workplace distractions to focus on attracting new, ...

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Liquid Leadership Removes Employee Barrier

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You can actually engineer your workplace environment to be more productive and to be more focused. The natural flow of that environment and the flexibility of its leader determine how engaged the people are when working there and affects the overall sustainability of the business.

The flow of the focus in the workplace environment and how the leadership and the employees act every day creates engaged productivity or disengagement and reduced performance. It’s easy to observe that some days your productive ...

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Engage – Fuel Tomorrow’s Sustainability

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The importance of engagement may seem passé but in reality, it is more important than ever. It continues to be the most desirable tool in the corporate and business community in the second decade of the 21st century.

It doesn’t matter whether your workforce is mostly male or female, young or old, the truth is, if they are not engaged, their productivity and performance are mediocre at best while your profits and sustainability dwindle.

In order to improve the productivity of those ...

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Poor Management Dramatically Reduces Engagement

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Poor management dramatically reduces engagement but the nouveau “no management” philosophy, known as holacracy, destroys engagement.

Zappos may have discovered that employees need managers after all, according to writers, J. Brandon Rigoni and Bailey Nelson at the Gallup Business Journal, (February, 2016). The online shoe and clothing retailer’s holacracy management system doesn’t appear to be working. According to a recent New York Times article, (January, 2016), Zappos continues to “hemorrhage employees” as a result of the companywide implementation of holacracy.

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Inclusive Culture Requires Courage, Curiosity and Collaboration

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“The best places to work are those that foster an inclusive culture – one where differences are celebrated and our people can be themselves and feel at home.” This was recently tweeted by Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, which comprises more than 400 companies.

Branson passionately believes in balance and equality in the workplace because he knows it drives better business performance. At Virgin, they recognize that a culture that brings together a group of people who mirror the ...

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