Leader

3 Thoughts Every Leader Must Master

If you want to be a good manager for your team, you must first learn to be a good manager of yourself. No matter what you think you can do through force of will, you can’t bring your best if you don’t put yourself in a position to be the healthiest version of you. It’s […]

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10 Traits of a Humble Leader

Humility comes from confidence, grounded in competence, and seasoned with selflessness. Here at GiANT, we believe that leaders define culture, and culture undergirds the lasting health, influence, and impact of an organization. Leaders, therefore, have a responsibility to place their people, their customers/constituents, and their causes above themselves. Not out of self-deprecation or martyrism, but […]

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5 Benefits of Humility in Leadership

Have you noticed periods of your leadership that were less effective and satisfying than others? Have there been times when your trust among employees or the work environment you created seemed to suffer? Ask yourself, “what attitudes and actions defined my leadership during those times?” For many people, the root answer reaches all the way […]

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8 Answers That Will Overhaul Your Leadership Culture

Do you want to see change this year? Would you like to improve the health of your organization and people? How about reducing turnover costs and improving efficiency? The Research If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a Columbia University study holds great insight and hope for you. A healthy, rich company […]

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Getting Along: Leadership Insights for Thinkers and Feelers

The Power of Insight A few years ago, we worked with a woman who leads a department of a few hundred people at a Fortune 500 company. She was a no-nonsense go-getter who just knew how to deliver results. The only problem was her key relationships. When we asked her to plot herself on our […]

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Thinker vs. Feeler: How People’s Oughts & Shoulds Affect Performance

Thinkers vs. Feelers: Population Distribution While every other preference set comprises a 50/50 ratio of men/women, the Thinker vs. Feeler dynamic is the only preference with a gender skew. In this case, 70% of women have a right-handed preference of Feeling versus 70% of men who have a right-handed preference for Thinking. Due to the […]

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