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14 Social Skills Every Business Leader Should Master

To deal effectively with current complexities on a personal and professional level, every business leader needs to exhibit positive emotional responses. Offer support and a safe haven for others through extended emotional and social capacity. This will help to strengthen relationships as well as create a thriving culture and organization. – Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

15 Smart Ways To Facilitate Better Brainstorming From Your Team

Set the stage and set the best framework for your team and for the topic at hand. Focus only on one thing at the time while probing and asking impactful, thought-provoking questions that are engaging and resonate well with everyone. The key is to deliver exceptional facilitation, capture everyone's contribution, and have a clear sense of the next steps and desired outcomes. – Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Identify What Is Missing

It is great to know the client’s “why” or end goal, but that would be impossible to do without assessing what is missing in their business today. Often, what is preventing them from accomplishing their desired results is not always clear or understood. Golden key to their magical pivot! - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

15 Steps To Take When A Company's Profits Plummet

Assess, adjust, and regroup as quickly as you can! After that, focus on things that you can do while dealing with challenges at hand until the situation improves or gets corrected. Seek professional advice and/or assistance, as talking with someone externally can help to effectively process issues and identify quick solutions with you. - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Leadership Excellence: Fostering Human Connection And Dialogue

The importance of focusing on human connection is that it is a powerful force allowing everyone to look at what connects us versus what separates us. It is endlessly giving ROIs and KPIs, in addition to high performance and engagement in a healthy working environment or community. The best part is that it is achievable. - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

14 Questions Job Seekers Shouldn't Ask During Interviews

This question would be great as a follow-up question to how long did the previous person hold the position. As we are experiencing a massive shift in organizations due to current events, it may be interpreted as insensitive or irrelevant. As many people were let go, working and cultural environments changed, too. Instead, focus on the present moment and how you can contribute starting today. – Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Relocating? 15 Concrete Strategies To Impress Out-Of-State Employers

The key is to act quickly by starting right away with your new job search. As you reach out to your connections and hiring managers, lead with the value and expertise. Make your expertise and knowledge evident, relevant, and easy to spot and hard to resist. Lastly, you will save everyone time by applying and considering jobs that you truly qualify for that match your skillset. 

- Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Eight Ways To Conquer Change And Transformation Like A Pro

Our world looks so much different today than it did just three months ago at the start of 2020. As the global, national, state, and local landscape shifted and continues to shift, we need to stay grounded. We need to remind ourselves of how strong and capable we are and how we are equipped to adapt, adjust, and act accordingly. - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Eight Lessons In Leadership From A First-Generation American

Respect always starts with family, friends and the community, as they are the ones who reflect our values and character. Self-discipline, sacrifices and years of practicing to lead with the utmost respect for others has taught me you must be proud of the place that you live in, as well as be the pride of where you live.

- Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

8 Lessons In Leadership From A First-Generation American

Even though opportunities don't present themselves in the same way, we can create our own.

- Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Foster Knowledge Transfer

When the key leadership is departing, it is essential to have an open session of knowledge transfer regardless of the reasons for their departure. It is so empowering, healthy and a symbolic way of passing the torch to a new assembly of leaders for organizational success. - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

You Don’t Have A Foundation Of Organizational Stability & Sustainability

The most important organizational foundation lies in its stability and sustainability. When that is intact, we can still foster steady growth and expansion without the urgent need to innovate by scaling our business. If that service or product model works, keep it going! Trust your instincts, as you know the best for your business. – Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Business Lessons From The Cannes Film Festival

Today, we see so much content on the market, as well as more competition than ever before, making it essential to rise to the top to succeed.

- Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

7 Forward-Thinking Leadership Attributes Your Organization Needs Today

The way individuals and the organization respond to change provides a snapshot of how successful an organization is, and it will dictate how successful it will be in years to come. - Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

Three Keys To Attracting And Retaining Top Talent

In the end, companies (regardless of how small or large) can't afford to sit on the sidelines.

- Izabela Lundberg, Legacy Leaders Institute

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