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Leaders Use Opportunity, Not Fear, to Motivate

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Using fear to motivate people is cheap leadership. Any two-bit dictator can use fear to get things done. It takes no finesse or intelligence and ultimately works against the leader. The temporary spike in motivation

Leaders See Opportunities Not Problems

Real leaders view challenging situations as opportunities, not problems. Instead of injecting people with fear, they navigate them towards opportunities, inspiring them with excitement and hope. Finding opportunities for others means letting go of

Four Skills for Open-Door Leaders

My bet is that the leaders you most admire are the ones who left you better off than they found you by creating opportunities that helped you grow. How? By being open to you, valuing your input and perspective. By being open with you, telling you