Leadership

Blue Ocean Leadership

Blue Ocean Leadership

Imagine this – you lead a group of colleagues who perform consistently and produce steady results. However, while their output is regular and reliable, they’re no longer trying new things or reaching new goals. Sounds like a pretty decent situation as a leader, yet it’s not ideal. Right? Naturally, you want your team to continue …

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Positive Working Relationships

Positive Working Relationships: Why They Matter & How to Develop Them

As a new manager, meeting your new team can give you the willies. You want to ensure that the meeting runs smoothly. You also want to establish your leadership. However, you want to do so without destroying the team’s culture. You also want to make sure that you don’t put down their achievements. Things can …

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The Team Management Playbook

The Team Management Playbook: Advice for First Time & Veteran Leaders

Whether you’re preparing for your first team management role or you’ve been managing teams for years, there will always be opportunities to learn and develop existing skills. To be a great manager, you need to be comfortable adopting a wide range of personas. Over the course of an average day, you could be a mentor, …

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Theory X Theory Y

Theory X and Theory Y: Which is the Best Style of Leadership

Theory X and Theory Y are two distinctly different management styles. You can employ them in your management or leadership role and interactions with your team. Douglas McGregor developed the concept in his book, “The Human Side of Enterprise.” McGregor proposed that Theory X and Theory Y divide the task of management into two unique …

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