Articles by Ken Blanchard
Developing employees can inspire trust and improve the bottom line. Even if youâ€™re not highly skilled, a positive attitude and willingness to learn can lead to exceptional ability.
Invest time to build trust and reap the rewards of strong relationships.
There are two aspects to leading with integrity. The first is knowing the right thing to do. The second is doing it.
Done right, an apology raises a leaderâ€™s credibility and mends broken trust. Affirm that you are better than your poor behavior.
Egos can create false pride and self-doubt. When managers are addicted to ego affliction, it erodes their effectiveness.
The right kind of leadership can inspire employee passion, which drives customer loyalty and devotion.
Mentors speed the application of knowledge and experience. Wisdom is attained bit by bit throughout our lifetime, but it must be pursued.
When you stop learning and growing, you become stagnant, especially at work. Here’s how to ensure your growth as a learning leader continues for your entire career.
Leadership is less about position than influence.
When employees know leaders expect the best from them and will back them up, they feel more prepared and comfortable making decisions.
A commitment to gaining knowledge is a long-term decision â€” a habit you and your organization cultivate and practice year after year. Gaining knowledge of yourself, others and your industry is key.