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6 Invaluable Lessons My Clients Taught Me in 2015

Dr. Tasha Eurich

It’s hard to believe that 2015 is over. I had so many incredible opportunities to help companies large and small build more “bankable” leaders and therefore more bankable businesses. As is always the case, my clients taught me some powerful lessons that haven’t

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Why Humble Leaders Inspire Loyal Teams

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Last week, my mom told me a gem of a story. She was 23 and had just started her first year as a high school English teacher. One day, she got out the record player as part of a lesson,

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3 Critical Questions Executives Must Ask to Elicit Feedback

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Smart leaders know — and researchers agree — that they’re significantly more effective when they can solicit candid feedback. But how can you get an honest assessment of your leadership skills without employees being worried about possible negative ramifications? Well, it can

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Leaders: Are You a Tyrant or a Pushover?

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Bankable Leaders connect with their teams as human beings and drive them to top performance. It is a rare leader who can do both naturally, without careful thought and development. In my work coaching executives, I often meet people who

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If You Were a Horrible Boss, Would You Even Know It?

“Is your boss a slave-driving psycho?” This is what a poster for the 2011 movie Horrible Bosses asks. As the movie’s box-office popularity attests, most of us have worked for a horrible boss at some point. In a brilliant piece on the

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What if Feedback Could be “No Fear?”

Because most of us dread being called out for mistakes or weaknesses, leaders who hope to give honest feedback run the risk of angering employees and decreasing their productivity if it isn’t delivered correctly. This explains research findings revealing a

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