No More Bad Leader's mission is to end the trend of bad leadership and to create a world where great leadership is the norm.
There's can be a lot of confusion about whether leaders are born or made. Some think they are born because they think there are certain traits you need to have in order to be a great leader. Others say it can be learned. Some say both?
What's the truth? Listen to find out.
In this episode, we dive deep into the importance of having a clear definition of leadership. We acknowledge that many individuals are confused about what it truly means to be a leader, mainly due to the conflicting opinions surrounding this topic. It is crucial to establish a concrete definition as it plays a significant role in shaping our actions and helping us become more effective leaders.
Often, people define leaders...
In today's episode, we delve into the topic of tacit agreement in leadership and the dangers it poses. As leaders, it is often uncomfortable to confront others and hold them accountable for their actions. However, when we choose to remain silent instead of addressing wrongdoing or failure to meet expectations, we unintentionally give our implicit approval to such behavior, which can be damaging.
To avoid these negati...
In this episode, we explore the topic of leadership and the significance of having the right motive as a leader. There is often a misconception about what it truly means to be an effective leader, and this misunderstanding usually originates from a self-centered mindset. As leaders, we can have two main motives - one that is focused on ourselves and the rewards and privileges that come with the position, and another that is centere...
In today's episode, we delve into the importance of effective prioritization and how it impacts our productivity and growth. It is crucial for us to prioritize our tasks and goals, as not doing so can lead to a lack of productivity and hinder our progress. One common mistake we often make is failing to prioritize at all. When we don't prioritize, we end up being reactive rather than proactive, tackling whatever comes our ...
How you treat ideas matter, especially as a leader.
Sometimes you can hold an idea tightly - to your detriment. You and your team can also start seeing ideas as attachments which keep you focused on defending your idea and prevents you from finding the best idea.
Listen to learn how treat ideas better.
If you want to be more productive as a leader and if you want your team or employees to be more productive, it's important that you follow the 3 keys of time management.
Listen to learn more.
In this episode, we discuss 7 key ways to build influence as a leader. Influence is vital as a leader because, without influence, your effectiveness as a leader will be highly limited. Your position will only take you so far. You need influence.
Our results are determined by our choices. When we choose to skip out on the work or cut corners, we are really hurting ourselves. We can't expect to be great if we try to get by with as little as we can. As a leader, cutting corners and doing the minimum also speaks to our followers - can they trust us? What kind of followers do we attract?
Listen to know the laps and to find out more.
One problem many leaders have is that they can't seem to get away from work. Their team may call or email them constantly about problems, they may feel they are always putting out fires, and they feel they can't get away because something always comes up.
There can be multiple reasons that cause this - and it's something you can overcome. In this episode, we explore the reasons why we get caught in this trap an...
Too often, consensus is seen as a golden standard of healthy teams. In reality, however, it's the opposite. You want disagreement. You want dissent. Listen to find out why.
One of the best steps you can take to create a high performing team and to create a company that is engaged is to make an environment where your team or employees feel safe.
Too often, leaders and organizations focus on process instead of outcome. As a leader, that can demotivate our employees, and as an organization, it can actually prevent us from reaching our goals. Listen to learn more.
When teams don't perform well, some leaders blame the team. They think, "If I only I had a better team, we would be getting better results."
That mentality is false. It's ultimately the leader, not the team. Listen to learn why.
Too often, when people get put into a position of leadership, they fall into the trap of detachment. They think they understand and know better because they are in that position of leadership, but they are actually detached from the reality of their company and what is happening to those below them. Listen to learn more.
Having an individual performer mindset as a leader can mess you up. In this episode, learn how these mistakes happen and how to avoid it.
Businesses can fail for many reasons. Sometimes it happens quick. Others are slow killers. In this episode we are going to discuss one killer that can slowly creep in on a business, destroy motivation, kill innovation, and make the business inept in much of what it does. As a leader, your actions determine whether this killer hurts your organization or not.
When it comes to the common knowledge and common practice of leadership, there is superficial information as well as misconceptions of what leadership is and how leaders should work. In this episode, we are going to talk about one of the most biggest misconceptions about leadership today.
Your definitions are important. When it comes to leadership and business, how you define them affects your behavior, outcomes, and long-term results. It affects everything. If you define it poorly, you could think you are accomplishing something, when really you are hurting yourself and others. So question : Are your definitions helping or hurting you?
We all go through stages when we learn. It's part of it. It becomes dangerous, though, when we think we know whatever that topic is when we are still only in level 1.
Too often, when people "learn" leadership, they are stuck in level 1 knowledge. It's part of the process, but it's dangerous when we are stuck there.
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