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[Interview] Bill Treasurer, Author Of ‘Courage Goes To Work’

Tired of managing “comfeartable” employees — workers who are either too comfortable or too fearful to do things differently? Meet Bill Treasurer. A workplace expert specializing in courage-building, Treasurer is on a mission to help entrepreneurs and small businesses create a more courageous workforce that delivers results. For the tenth-anniversary edition of his trailblazing book, “Courage Goes to Work: How to Build Backbones, Boost Performance, and Get Results“, we sat down with Bill to talk...
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What Kills Great Leadership?

Guest post by Bill Treasurer: Leadership is a powerful thing, one that comes with a unique set of stresses, challenges, privileges, and responsibilities. Our leadership journeys begin starry-eyed and well-intentioned, but the path to leadership power is one that can lead even the best of us astray if we aren’t careful. “What kind of leader will I be?” is a useful question to ask oneself, but it ignores the central issue that snares most good leaders and squanders their potential to be t...
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Preview Thursday: The Leadership Killer

We are pleased to present this excerpt from The Leadership Killer by Bill Treasurer and Captain John Havlik. When Bigshots Buckle: Pressure Points All Leaders Face Leadership is hard. All leaders will eventually confront this reality. Sure, leadership can be attractive and rewarding, but that doesn’t mean it’s obligation free. When you’re a leader, you face fast-moving situations and unrelenting demands. Your direct reports are wanting attention, fair treatment, growth opportunities, guidance...
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5 Tips To Successfully Transition From Rookie To Leader

The following is a guest piece by Bill Treasurer.In the same way people without children can’t really know what it’s like to have kids until they do, you can’t really know what it’s like to be a leader until you actually lead. Even in organizations that invest in leadership development struggle with helping new leaders fully comprehend what it means to lead.Leadership programs often emphasize the operational mechanics of leading – planning, organizing, budgeting, or content that leans more towar...
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