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Six Things That Will Make You (and Your Manager) a Better Leader

January 25, 2013

“Building companies requires the know-how to build long-lasting teams…. It requires the ability to master the “art of people” and knowing how to maneuver hundreds (if not thousands) of people at the right place and at the right time,” states Glenn Llopis, founder of the Center for Hispanic Leadership, and author of Earning Serendipity: 4 Skills for Creating and Sustaining Good Fortune in Your Work.

The route to command respect and confidence from the teams or groups of people you lead lies in six essential principles you simply cannot shy away from–and must learn to master in order to reach the highest pinnacle of leadership success:

  1. Strengthen your people skills
  2. Motivate and inspire others to achieve
  3. Be authentic and genuine
  4. Resolve difficult situations
  5. Achieve results in different ways
  6.  Cast a clear vision

Click here to read the full article on The 6 Things That Will Make You (and Your Manager) a Better Leader.

For more leadership insights from Glenn Llopis, tune in to the Thought Leader Series on March 20, 2013 when Glenn will present on Developing Your Personal Brand as a Leader. Click here for details.

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