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When you read management blogs and expose yourself to leadership advice, you hear one fact over and over again: Being a “boss” (or a manager) and being a leader are not the same thing. They may both be required of the same person (you), and you may move back and forth between one and the… read the rest »

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So, you took a leadership test to determine your “leadership style,” and you reviewed the results, nodded in agreement, and simply moved on after that. If your test indicated you’re a “top-down manager,” or a “collaborative coach,” or a “remote resource provider” or whatever your style may be, it’s possible you accepted this as truth… read the rest »