Great LeadershipBecoming a great leader is something to which many business professionals aspire, and it’s an ongoing process to make the shift from being a competent leader to a truly remarkable leader.

In a recent post, Peter Economy, author of The Management Bible, discusses nine traits that define great leadership.

Nine Traits the Define Great Leadership

  1. Awareness. Leaders understand there are clear differences between management and employees, and use this knowledge to retain a professional and objective distance for the best interests of the organization. Economy notes that while leaders recognize the differences, they don’t act in a way that suggests they are superior to those under their leadership. Rather, they don’t let personal relationships cloud professional decision-making.


Team PerformanceAs a business leader, you want to optimize team performance and build a great functioning team that delivers the results you and your business require.

In an articlePeter Economy, author of The Management Bible and a frequent contributor, offers his advice for building highly-functioning and effective teams.

Give the Team Authority to Make Decisions

Trust the experience and expertise of your team members to make critical decisions on their own.

Your employees know when they’ve been put on a team with little to no authority, and they won’t provide you with their best work or ideas. (more…)

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