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8 things leaders must learn to let go of

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 20, 2015

Being attached to perceptions and reputation weakens you and limits your leadership potential, writes Scott Mabry. Figure out what you're clinging to -- such as control, fear, ego or a particular outcome -- and learn to approach people and situations without preconceptions or filters, Mabry writes. "Accountability, vision, values, influence, etc., still apply. Only now, they can be expressed free of a personal agenda grounded in fear and scarcity," Mabry argues. Soul To Work blog (05/18)


Kindness and positivity are a leader's secret weapons

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 21, 2015

Great leaders make themselves easy to follow

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 18, 2015

How CEOs can learn to ask the right questions

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 19, 2015

5 rules for the modern workplace

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 18, 2015

Celebrate failure in order to succeed more often

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 20, 2015

What was Amtrak 188 like? A first-person account

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 20, 2015

Bin Laden's reading list

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 21, 2015

What business leaders can learn from fairy tales

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 19, 2015

Give feedback if you want to see improvement

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 20, 2015


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