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The True Definition Of Business Leaders As Explained By Leadership Speakers

It is always important for managers to go that extra mile in motivating their employees.

Business leaders stress how important it is for managers to go that extra mile in motivating their employees.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.

If you cannot distinguish the difference between a leader and a boss, then you probably have never attended a seminar hosted by leadership speakers. Agreed upon by most of these speakers, anyone can be given the responsibilities of a boss, but not just anyone can be a leader. This is because leadership is more about abilities that bring up responsibility, rather than vice versa. This sounds confusing, doesn’t it?

To break it down further, a particular study was conducted that encompassed all possible business fields and this aimed at studying business leadership and the results were outstanding. The full impact of the study can only be felt properly by inviting one of the renowned leadership speakers to your organization.

The core of leadership seminars is stressing the importance of unifying the workforce as a leader, in order to obtain better results. There is so much that a leader can do for his staff, including refreshing their skills, as well as revitalizing their self-esteem for better engagement at the work place and increased productivity.

There are four practical steps that most leadership seminars advise that a manager can do to become an effective leader for their organization. All these are real life skills that help to improve the nature of interactions that employees and managers have at ordinary levels.

Self-evaluation and imparting oneself with relevant skills are some of the top factors that most leadership speakers stress for a productive organization with perfect balance.

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10 Types of Boss You Should Never Be

Terrible Bosses

Do your employees love or hate you as their boss? Figure out NOW!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.

A professional speaker, Andy Core asks you to figure out if you are being loved or hated by your employees.

Being a good leader requires you to execute a good working relation towards your subordinates. In order for you to figure out if you are hated or loved, here are some types of boss that employees would never want to work with. Do you think you are one of them?

  • The Mean. There are bosses who say things without thinking about their employees feelings. Others may say that employees should learn the hard way in order for them to effectively provide the quality the company is seeking. Being mindful about others’ feelings is essential. Maintaining a good relationship will always provide a lighter aura at work.
  • The Glad-Hander. Being appreciative is surely a good attitude, but over-doing things will lead to a questioning mind, trying to figure out if what they have heard is still believable. Though appreciation drives employees to providing their work efficiently, it would still be best if it were given only when it is truly deserved.
  • The Idea Thief. Oh yes, these should really be hated! Some bosses would steal their employee’s ideas, claiming them as if they were their own.
  • The Liars. Who would like liars, anyway? Some may say, “Oh, it’s just a way to drive the employees.” Though the intentions are nice, it misleads the employees. False expectations are not great for a good working relationship.

Andy Core, a professional speaker, wants you to figure out if you are one of these disliked bosses. We surely hope you are not!

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