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7 Ways to Thrive with a Bad Boss

By Dan Rockwell

September 26, 2014

If you don’t have a bad boss now, you’ll have one soon.Bad bosses: * Don’t listen. * Use power for personal advantage. * Always know.Is that the type of person you want to fight with?7 ways to thrive with a bad boss: ... Read more »


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Everything You Need to Know About Time Management

By Dan Rockwell

September 12, 2014

Everything you need to know about time management is captured in three words. * Eliminate – stop unnecessary or low priority tasks. Prioritize. * Delegate – put stuff on someone else’s plate. * Accelerate – improve efficiency. Use brevity.Trivialities dominate those without priorities.Calendaring:... Read more »

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Kryptonite: The Thing that Weakens Leadership

By Dan Rockwell

August 25, 2014

Kryptonite is mythical material from Krypton that drains Superman of his superpowers.Kryptonite:The belief that self-evaluation trumps the evaluation of those directly impacted by your leadership weakens your effectiveness. What you think of your leadership isn’t as important as what others think."Leadership is ... Read more »

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7 Ways Immature Leaders Grow Up

By Dan Rockwell

August 18, 2014

Everyone’s been hurt by leaders who need to grow up.Immature leaders always destroy relationships, hamper performance, and increase frustration.Poor performance is often a matter of immaturity, not lack of knowledge.Immature leaders: * Drain energy. Parents with newborns are exhausted. * Feel picked ... Read more »

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10 Ways to Create a Sense of Ownership

By Dan Rockwell

July 21, 2014

“Act like you own the place,” is a silly slogan when people are treated like expendable cogs in machines.Hypocritical leaders expect people to act like owners while being treated like employees. Everyone knows its sleazy manipulation.Employees don’t take ownership when they are treated ... Read more »

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Make Mistakes – Avoid Screw Ups

By Dan Rockwell

July 14, 2014

Anyone who says mistakes are no big deal needs an attitude adjustment. When you celebrate the wrong mistake it’s a screw up.The way you handle mistakes makes or breaks leadership.Positive mistakes: The path to success is paved with mistakes. Great mistake-makers win. Lousy ... Read more »

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Authenticity: 7 Ways to Navigate Self-Doubt

By Dan Rockwell

July 8, 2014

Developing skills – when you’re empty on the inside – destroys you, especially if you succeed.Empty leaders lose themselves to skills, methods, and strategies.Teach how to be, before teaching what to do.Arrogance relies on methods. Humility relies on people.Self-doubt: Navigating self-doubt is essential to successful ... Read more »

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7 Ways to Break the Bondage of Old Patterns

By Dan Rockwell

June 24, 2014

Predictability is stability, until it shackles.Old patterns are hard to break because they worked, once. But, you’ve changed and what worked once is bondage now.Patterns establish predictability, but they also anchor to an unsatisfying past.New patterns are hard for you to make when ... Read more »

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