Managing More Experienced Colleagues? 13 Ways To Establish Yourself As A Leader

Linda Reyes Blogging, Forbes Coaches Counsel

Leadership positions aren’t always given to the person with the highest-level title or the most years of experience. The position of “leader” can be achieved by any employee who has a solid work ethic and helps others on their team thrive. However, it can sometimes be uncomfortable to ask people who are senior to you to follow and respect you. …

15 Entrepreneurs Share The Surprising Leadership Lessons They Wish They’d Learned Sooner

Linda Reyes Blogging, Forbes Coaches Counsel

Good leadership is essential to any organization, and new managers are often excited to learn the ins and outs of effectively leading a team. However, nobody knows everything about being a leader when they’re just starting out, and sometimes you learn some surprising lessons along the way. The members of Forbes Coaches Council know this well. We asked 15 of them to share one …

Six Smart Ways You Can Use Big Data To Strengthen Your Leadership

Linda Reyes Blogging, Forbes Coaches Counsel

Big data is used by companies around the world to inform and improve countless business processes, from customer service to marketing campaigns. But the ability to collect and analyze vast amounts of information isn’t just useful for external operations; it can help you strengthen your business internally, too. One often-overlooked application of big data is leadership improvement. By looking at …

Try These 12 Strategies If You Need To Stop Micromanaging

Linda Reyes Blogging, Forbes Coaches Counsel

For new and experienced leaders alike, one of their biggest management challenges is learning how to properly delegate. Those who struggle with delegation often come off as micromanagers, leading their teams to feel over-scrutinized and distrusted. Most employees don’t appreciate being micromanaged, so it’s in your best interest as a leader to curb this behavior before it leads to negative …