The idea of servant leadership has become more prevalent in the business world over the past few years. This counter-cultural approach to leadership has proven itself valuable and continues to trend that way. So what exactly is servant leadership? And how has it proven to be a top leadership style today? Let’s take a deeper…

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Have you already instituted a weekly meeting-free day? That’s right, one day every week where meetings aren’t allowed. Either way, you’re bound to still have meetings throughout the rest of the week. It’s worth the effort to make those remaining meetings more enjoyable and productive. Get ready to hustle. It’s time to amp up meetings!…

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“Your favorite leaders have been decidedly different. Their motives go beyond self-interest. They challenge you to pursue daring, bold aspirations that create an exciting place to work. They shun the spotlight in favor of serving a higher purpose. They evidence principles in their daily decisions. You not only love these leaders but also perform your…

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Learn more about developing, leading and managing people from this Q&A session with Roam Buckhead General Manager, Chad Turner.   Q: What lessons have you have learned from managing people? A: If I could only choose one lesson, it would be to lead with a developmental bias. As a leader, it is your responsibility to…

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Don’t let your style of management suffer from a one-size-fits-all approach. The purpose of your style goes far beyond mere self-expression. When you tailor your technique, it shows you care about the individual needs of your employees. For a bespoke management style, tap into Dr. Paul Hersey’s Situational Leadership® Model. The concept is simple, although…

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Can you remember the last time you felt recognized or appreciated by your boss? Hopefully it was today or sometime recently! However, broad studies by Gallup say that 20–30% of workers in the US rarely get recognition or that their best work is ignored. A more industry-specific study put the number at a staggering 70%!…

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What makes great employees great? It’s often a combination of experience, passion and belief in the company’s mission. No hire is guaranteed to be great, and often younger employees take time to grow into their greatness over time, and this all at the company’s expense. Eventually these great employees (particularly younger ones) will look around…

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