Gratitude for Leaders: How to Win the Gratitude Battle

Ungrateful people are:Easily discouraged. Ingratitude creates constant disappointment. “What’s the use.”Resentful of the benefits or advantages others enjoy. Unthankfulness doesn’t enjoy the success of others.Entitled. Ungratefulness hates seeing others advantaged but expects advantage for itself.Self-obsessed. Ingratitude has little room for others because the world revolves around its own troubles, disappointments,…...

What Makes a Great Boss?

So, what does make a great boss? Is your boss “The Good Shepherd” or maybe “The Devil Wears Prada”? While some employees may love their bosses – especially when some line managers are willing to go the extra mile for their employees: “My boss offered to skip an important meeting and loan me…...

The 5 Powers of Experience. Do You Have Them?

4 dangers of inexperience:Misled easily. Inexperience is blinded by unverified optimism. First-time investors get starry-eyed, for example.Decide quickly. Inexperience – unaware of potential pitfalls – blissfully moves forward. Naiveté believes the path forward is easy when it’s hard.Puff up naturally. Inexperienced novices haven’t learned that humility applies most when you…...