Here is a familiar scenario for all of us; You have an exciting goal in mind, you've done your homework, you think you're amply prepared...
...and things just don't work out.
You've probably had times when you thought you were doing what you were supposed to do, but you were misinformed. You thought you had it all laid out, and it just didn't work. You burned the midnight oil day after day, and it didn't help. You couldn't seem to change the end result.
These are the times you have to be your own best cheerleader.
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Is it possible to be a high-standards, results-driven leader while at the same time building an engaged, fun-to-work-with team?
It seems that not only is it possible to do both things well, but the best leaders are the very ones who manage to do both.
Business builders suggest they enable leaders to simultaneously drive for results and practice good interpersonal skills. Obviously, these outcomes single out leaders as possessing powerful skills that allow them to perform at a much higher level than those who lack these traits.
Hopefully, you can identify one or two of these six business bridges that will help you achieve this magic combination as well.
Jane Galbraith is the Owner of Market Route Mapping and a Business mentor with Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce. She writes and speaks about developing staff and growth in businesses. Follow her on Twitter at @RetailMapping
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