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A detailed guide for employees to know how to improve their performance and work and steps they can take to keep them on the path of high-performance.
An introduction to Daniel Goleman's six styles of leadership, and how emotional intelligence can serve as a tool of personal and professional growth for modern leaders.
How visionary leaders can effectively influence their employees to gain their trust while understanding their strengths and weaknesses to sustainably guide them towards their long term objectives.
Though Coercive Leadership style is largely perceived to be toxic and unfruitful, It can be a situationally powerful toolset for Modern Leaders to drive employee performance when used with caution.
How the process of Democratic Leadership can help modern managers and employees use insightful conversations and discussions to drive meaningful consensus over long-term prominent problems
How Coaching Leadership can be a great asset for driving a positive change within the workplace and also help modern managers understand employee concerns and unlock their performance potential.
Why Pacesetting leadership is a very situational tool, that can be used by modern leaders to leverage the positive aspects and drive results while reducing the toxicity it brings on the work culture
Among Daniel Goleman's six styles of leadership, we believe in the Affiliative Leadership style. Modern performance issues are often people issues. Can Modern managers leverage this secret sauce?
A quick overview of how we have made performance management a hassle free experience through our Upshotly Slack bot.
This article aims to give modern managers a short introduction on how to write and criticize your performance reviews to bring out the maximum positive impact from your reports.
How modern leaders can shape employee value, gain their trust and influence them to perform better and reach maximum potential through the simple act of recognition.