little Leadership - Small Things Make Biggest Difference

Bradt, Gary
November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p73
Trade Publication
The article presents some tips and ideas to get started in making little leadership work for an individual. First is to consider a sweet idea for maintaining your ear to the ground. Second is to consider face time because it is a low cost investment that pays off big. Third is to eliminate subtle signs that put people down. Fourth is to use handwritten notes for building relationships. Fifth is to be polite. Sixth is to plan simple celebrations. Seventh is to give way for small things.


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