By encouraging your employees to not only join AFWA, but to get involved through volunteer opportunities, you’ll see a clear improvement in her abilities to communicate, multi-task, adapt, envision, and more.
We need to develop leadership practices that help people with their critical thinking. Telling them what to do won’t help with that.
A new title can flip the switch on only relationships. 5 tips to manage the transition from friend to boss.
We’ve all seen this happen. A dedicated Board Member serves her time for many years, making her way through the organization’s leadership pipeline. She finishes her term as President, engages a little as the Immediate Past President, and then you never hear from her again.
Whether you’re moving into a new position, or moving off the Board entirely, here are 4 ways you can leave your Chapter better than how you found it.
Without followership, leadership does not exist. Learn how to be a good follower as much as a good leader.