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Positive and Ethical Leadership Qualities

Hi, team! It’s your friend, Mary, with the I in Team series where you can find, be, and build your positive influence. Everything we teach here at the I in Team series helps current and aspiring leaders understand what it means to possess positive and ethical leadership qualities. Being an ethical leader has an immense influence on your team; it can be the difference between building a high performing team and going out of business. Presence Being present and available is one of the key qualities of ethical leadership. This...

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The Puzzle of Perception

Hi, team! It’s your friend, Mary, with the I in Team series where you can find, be, and build your positive influence. Brian and I were recently in Hawaii with our new publisher (Made for Success) drafting the content for our third book when we had an interesting discussion centered around what it means to understand that the world is “gray.” This “gray” world is rooted in objectivity and pragmatism, as well as the understanding that for everything that exists, the opposite also exists. It became a discussion about the...

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Balancing Direct and Indirect Communication

There are two basic ways to organize the way you communicate with others: through direct or indirect messages. However, choosing the appropriate route for your message can be difficult if you tend to prefer one method over the other. To communicate effectively, you need to not only understand your preference but you also need to decide when it’s a good time to communicate with the opposing style. While there are exceptions to all things, learning this balance and working to implement its nuances will require habit building. To start, we...

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Look Out for Micro-Communications

Micro-communications are just a fancy way of saying body language. Some micro-communications that you may already be familiar with are crossing the arms over the body or rolling your eyes; these are two well-known and obvious signs that someone is feeling negatively towards either you, what they are thinking, or what you are discussing with them. Conversely, some micro-communications that you may not be familiar with are touching the forehead and tilting the head. Forehead touching can signal shame or embarrassment, while tilting the head signals engagement and listening. When...

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