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101 Tips, Tricks & Secrets to Success in Leadership and Management

In the following sections, we will discuss 101 insightful secrets and key principles that will help get you started right away to a successful management career. These valuable management and leadership skills are part of the everyday life of a successful manager. They are not in any particular order of importance, as they are all extremely valuable. Some of these tips will be mentioned again in other pertaining lessons within the course.

These 101 “management through leadership tips” are broken up into four parts:

Part 1 - Employee Interaction, which deals with communication skills.

Part 2 - Professional Advice, which gives some tips on running a department.

Part 3 - Personal Advice, which is focused on inner-self qualities.

Part 4 - Words of Wisdom, which contains some gems to incorporate into your leadership style.

Always try to keep these important tips, tricks and secrets to success in mind throughout your management career. These tips will help you on your road to success. They control their destiny so that no one else controls it for them. They are never 100% satisfied as there is always room for improvement. Keeping a sharp focus, all the time, and never drifting from the big picture, is key to great leadership. Another key is to embrace and manage critical opposites in every facet of business whether it is balancing the focus towards shareholders vs. employees, authoritarian rule vs. ungoverned freedom, or employee expectations vs. employee capabilities.


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