How "grace" can help leaders succeed in the new year
Leaders can exhibit grace in their leadership by expressing gratitude, building resilience, aspiring to reach their goals and bringing others along while showing empathy, writes Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry.
Excellent leaders find ways to say "yes," complete their goals and are ready to learn even more, writes Dan Rockwell. "Starting things is a distraction when you aren't committed to finish stuff," Rockwell notes.
WBT Systems shares ideas inspired by Bruce Rosenthal and Tracy King for a new approach to sponsorship. This strategy allows sponsors to meet their marketing goals while contributing valuable information and education to your members and market.
Meet for as little as 15 minutes, and make that time more engaging with these tips from CEOs who have reduced their meeting times. Some of their tips include sending more advanced information, inviting fewer people and including questions on the agenda to increase engagement.
Online sales, social media marketing and virtual services will outlast the coronavirus pandemic for their convenience and potential to diversify business and expand revenue, small-business owners say. "