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Leadership

As CEOs, executives and business owners, you are responsible for the direction of your entire organization. Leadership blogs and business articles on leadership can help you choose a direction or redirect your current path, when leadership proves challenging. To help you become a more effective executive leader who makes better decisions, who either quickly or steadily achieves better results, our business leadership articles and leadership development articles will help you develop into an informed and inspiring influencer. Managing the various responsibilities that come with being a strong leader becomes simpler when you dive into our extensive executive leadership articles and business leadership blogs.

  • Active listening as a leadership skill

    Active listening as a leadership skill

    In this age of the Internet, smart phones and social media, it seems like people are talking at each other more than listening to each other. Pause for a moment to consider how many emails, text messages, voice mails and other interruptive, one-way communications you receive every day. Clearly, there’s a lot more talking than

  • The 5 characteristics of Small Giants

    The 5 characteristics of Small Giants

    In a recent Vistage meeting, we talked about small business growth, and the inescapable challenges with growth and its impact on cash flow, profitability and culture.  At Vistage, we talk about growth all the time.  Growth is one of our “sacred” principles.  We are proud that Vistage member companies outgrow their industry counterparts, who are

  • Win big by balancing the big picture and the details

    Win big by balancing the big picture and the details

    Every business needs two very different types of people to succeed over the long term, or people with two, often contrary, skill sets: big-picture thinkers and those who focus on the details. Big picture people live at the 30,000-foot level, constantly exploring possibilities and potential to see where the organization could or should go. The

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