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Your Silence Speaks Volumes: Speak and Lead Proactively

Your Silence Speaks Volumes: Speak and Lead Proactively

 

How you communicate as a leader is critical. There’s nothing new in that. However, what I’m finding more frequently is that leaders aren’t appreciating how loudly their silence speaks to their teams and what their silence says about their leadership. Whether it’s a company president, director of regional sales, or a team lead, leaders are staying silent too often. Their silence is not motivated by a fear of crossing a line on political correctness. Their silence is instead driven by a fear of unintentionally influencing their team’s thoughts or behaviors, and potentially stifling their team’s ability to take on new challenges. So instead, they say and do nothing.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on March 23, 2021 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , ,

 

Do You Like the Person and Leader You’ve Turned Out to Be?

Do You Like the Person and Leader You’ve Turned Out to Be?

With so many challenges facing our families, schools, communities, businesses, healthcare and governmental institutions, the responsibilities on us as parents, professionals, and leaders have grown dramatically. And there’s no end in sight. As leaders, how we address our challenges speaks volumes about us as people and as leaders.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on October 20, 2020 in Leadership Development and tagged , , ,

 

Can You Lead When Your Team is in Crises?

Can You Lead When Your Team is in Crises?

With most of the country now entering the second week of voluntary or mandatory quarantine and no or remote-work status, our personal and work worlds have changed. As a leader, be prepared to lead your teams to and through their emotional, psychological and physical reactions to the changes they’re experiencing. How you lead your teams in the second stage of change will exemplify how you can or can not lead in crises.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on March 24, 2020 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,

 

How Valuable Is Your Time?

How Valuable Is Your Time?

How valuable is your time? I’m not asking what your hourly pay or rate is, but rather, how important is your time to you in ensuring your organization’s success? An indication of how much you value your time is how you use it. As leaders, our intentional use of our time is indicative of what is most important to us as leaders. An organization’s strategic priorities are highlighted by which strategies and programs receive proper funding and management, and which do not. A leader’s priorities are highlighted by which issues, opportunities, projects, and people receive attention and which do not.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on January 22, 2019 in Leadership Development and tagged , , ,

 

Would You Want to Work for “You”?

Would You Want to Work for 'You'?

If you had the opportunity to work for yourself, would you? This question has been popping up in conversations with several clients lately. It’s come up during a board strategy session. It’s been discussed during coaching calls. And, it’s come up while discussing the challenges of working in a multi-generational workplace. The reason I ask the question is simple: Focus on yourself before you criticize your team.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 23, 2017 in Leadership Development, WBS and tagged , , , ,