Ingaging Leadership

Unlocking Intrinsic Motivation for Effective Leadership

An excerpt from my new book Ingaging Leadership: The Ultimate Edition The principles of Ingagement, centered around fostering participation and collaboration, pave the way for effective leadership. Among these principles, intrinsic motivation—that deep-seated drive to excel stemming from finding the work itself…

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Why Good Leaders Take Time to Gain Fresh Perspective 

By Evan Hackel  The higher up you are in your organization, the more time you should spend working on your business, not working in your business.   A functional manager, for example, like someone who manages a call center, can perhaps spend 95% of the day supervising subordinates, tracking…

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Use with Frequent Touch-Base Meetings when Supervising Younger Employees

Manager/employee touch-base meetings were created to be better than yearly or twice-yearly job reviews; they are especially effective when you are leading younger generations. Why are touch-base meetings more effective than old-fashioned, standard job reviews? First and foremost, they take…

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