Leadership and Management: SmartBrief Originals
Values
Values

What are your values? You need to articulate them before you can reorient your life.

If you want to fuel the growth engine of your organization, help your team find purpose in their work. Identify the passions of your people and assign work roles accordingly.

Tiger
Tiger

The key isn’t to avoid fear. It’s to recognize, attack and wrestle it to the ground. Sure, you’ll get scratched up. But you’ll also learn some valuable lessons in the process.

Tin Man
Tin Man

If there's one essential characteristic a leader must have to thrive, it is having heart — heart for the team and for the business.

Bagels
Bagels

"Right or wrong, you'll learn from your mistakes, but waffling and not being decisive can really kill you, especially in business."

Connections
Connections

Look at how you might be struggling with coalition-building in your organization and find ways to build relationships that will be the key to your future success.

All of us need to be in sales. What you are selling is YOU.

The average American worker stays in a role a mere 15 months, so it’s time to shift the perspective on employee retention.

Emotions
Emotions

No matter how emotionally intelligent we may think we are, there will be situations that will test us.

Sheep
Sheep

You never finish becoming a better leader or person.