Best Leadership articles featured on Tealfeed in 2021

Best Leadership articles featured on Tealfeed in 2021

A compilation of the best Leadership articles published on Tealfeed in 2021

The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has had a negative impact on businesses, companies, and people’s lives all over the world in recent years. Managing things during such times is a difficult task. When everything appears to be falling apart, it can be difficult to see the bright side.

However, every company experiences ups and downs, and it is during these times that a team needs a strong leader to help them weather the storm.

Hence, we have compiled the best leadership articles from our amazing creators at Tealfeed. All articles in the list are from 2021 and addresses issues that leaders are dealing with right now.

This collection covers everything from leading in a crisis to communicating effectively during remote work, and much more. With such a wide array, you’re sure to find something that will help you become a better leader.

Continue reading to find out more!

Do Not Take That Leadership Role Without Asking This (By Tavian jean-pierre)

Before taking a leadership role, it is essential to understand that leadership will make you vulnerable. It is a reflection of who you are and will sometimes even bring out the worst in you.

Leadership roles that pop up can be exciting. However, it is essential you take the time to ask this question that Tavian jean-pierre discusses in this article.

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The Three Essential Things to do When Leading Through Crisis (By Leon Purton)

There will always be times of crisis for leaders. And there will be leaders that survive the crisis and come out stronger for it, and there will be those that do not. 

According to Leon Purton, in these times, the ones that survive, thrive even, are those that can do these three essential things; confrontassert, and connect.

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How to create a Chapter in an Agile Organisation (By Erik de Bos)

Erik shares how to get Chapters going by making them for the people and by the people. He put together the following analysis.

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The Managers Driving the Great Resignation (By Benjamin Wann)

While some of the manager descriptions may seem funny, these characters are anything but amusing to the people who have to work under and alongside them. As executives scratch their heads and ponder what is causing employees to run out the door, they must reflect on who they have defining their organization’s culture.

Organizations must take a hard look at who is leading their people and make hard choices to help their firm wind up on the right side of the labor reshuffle.

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How to Stop Apologizing and Start Leading (By Sue Reynolds)

For some reason, women are conditioned to apologize for having ideas, needing things, and causing any inconvenience to others, no matter how small. It seems polite, but this behavior is hurting us in the workplace.

Here are some easy changes that Sue Reynolds suggests that you can make to replace these “me” centered apologies with “other-centered” gratitude, or just plain clarity.

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I Interviewed Five Ex-Leaders and This Is Why They Left Leadership! (By Calvin Bushor)

We are taught that becoming a leader in the natural progression of our careers. Then why do so many leaders stop and leave leadership?

Calvin Bushor interviewed five ex-leaders and shares why these five leaders who’ve made the standard leadership climb decided to change course.

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4 Practices to Become a Transformational Business Leader Today (By Angela Yurchenko)

Angela Yurchenko shares what companies that are investing in their future today can teach us about the process of transformational business leadership, and where it can take your business. In this article, she shares 4 practices to become a Transformational Business Leader today.

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Is Anxiety Sabotaging Your Leadership? (By Michael Touchton)

The future of leadership belongs to those who are aware of their anxiety and who address it — becoming active examples of change in the midst of their companies, organizations, and cultures.

Michael Touchton shares what you can do if you feel that anxiety is sabotaging your leadership.

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What Makes An Awesome Agile Coach? (By Maria Chec)

In this article, Maria Chec shares tips and tricks along with reliable materials to become a kick-ass Agile Coach.

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Has Your Team Harnessed the Power of Healthy Conflict? (By Shane Kinkennon)

It’s pretty natural for business leaders to cringe at the thought of conflict. 

It’s time to harness positive, healthy conflict to ignite energy, wake up imaginations, and cultivate real trust. You’ll know you’ve done it when the below six dynamics are the rule within your team rather than the exception.

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Employers, Here Are 3 Ways You Can Advocate For Your Employees’ Mental Health (By Heidi Lynne Kurter)

The greatest challenge employees face in the workplace today is asking for help when it comes to their mental health struggles.

Heidi Lynne Kurter shares three ways you can advocate for your employees’ mental health.

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Spooky Leadership And Management Mistakes That Scare Your People Away (By Jeff Altman)

There are things you may be doing that may be causing your team to hide or leave you to work for someone else. Jeff Altman shares ten scary leadership and management mistakes that you may be committing.

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What’s a career conversation anyway? (By Fabian Camargo)

Supporting the career growth of every member of your team is the responsibility of any good manager and can drive higher performance and job satisfaction.

As managers, we’re often told that we’re supposed to have meaningful career conversations with our team members. But what exactly is a career conversation?

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How to Thrive as a Female Leader in the Male World of Tech (By Tutti Taygerly)

To thrive as a female leader understand that you’re not alone in this system, know your unique strengths, and continue the work to build relationships and community. There are a lot of allies out there. We can all do better. For Tutti Taygerly, this article was the first bridge between imposter syndrome and systemic bias against women and people of color.

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How Much Management Is Management Enough? (By Rishon Blumberg)

The corporate ladder is dead. The traditional career path is over for Gen Xers and Millennials. It’s not just about the free snacks anymore. If you want to achieve the level of career genius in today’s talent market, real management potential is required—real, daily management potential.

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The 12 enemies of adaptability (By Marty de Jonge)

The 12 enemies of adaptability and how you can fight them. To win the battle of adaptability you need diverse weapons, allies, and a strategy to beat every enemy. In this post, I will share with you what I’ve learned in my quest for adaptability.

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The Best Ways to Motivate Your Team For Increased Productivity (By Rachita Sharma)

A team’s ability to collaborate and to learn alongside leadership is ultimately what defines a business’s opportunity set and is well worth prioritizing. So how do you build a motivating culture at work? Here are seven strategies to consider.

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How to Encourage Your Team to Take More Risks (By Noa Ganot)

How can you encourage your team to take more risks (because sometimes that’s what you need to do to win)? You want them to be calculated risks on one hand, but significant on the other, and various guidelines apply to different cases.

Here are three things that you can do to master this.

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Empathy in Leadership: The Importance of an Empathetic Boss (By Dan Kerber)

Few people would argue that having empathetic leadership isn’t good. But business and life are resource-constrained endeavors.

Dan Kerber shares his story as an experience for telling the importance of Empathetic Boss.

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Why Most Programmers End Up Being (or Are) Underperforming Technical Leads (By Zachary Minott)

In this article, Zachary Minott discusses the question that why most programmers end up being underperforming technical leads. Zachary tells us to be creatively incompetent. Believe that you know nothing. See yourself as incompetent.

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Knock Knock…Can you make me a Scrum Master? (By Vikas Agarwal)

The knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the Scrum Master is not enough. To be a successful Scrum Master, one has to get into servant leadership’s mindset and culture. One has to learn and gain experience to coach and facilitate. One can read the Scrum Guide and millions of articles over the internet.

One can get training and certifications. These certifications may prove that they have the skill to be a Scrum Master. However, for a successful implementation of Scrum, the team needs to understand the spirit of Scrum.

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What if you’re the problem? 5 ways you could be holding back your business (By Jennifer Stilwell)

Positive changes will result in your business moving forward more smoothly. Jennifer Stilwell shares five ways of many that can hold a business back, and they are also very common. For the sake of your business, change what you need to change about your behavior, and let your business fly!

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Why Micromanaging Doesn’t Work (By Josh Raimonde)

What is the point of stressing people out unnecessarily when they are doing the job as well as can be expected? Why would a company want to churn and burn through a local workforce while racking up a reputation of being a difficult place to work? There has to be a better way.

In this article, Josh Raimonde shares his experience and explains why micromanaging doesn’t work.

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Leader’s Secret: The Power of Delegation (By Germina Paola)

Delegating work seems not possible due to a lack of people, or they see delegation as a weakness.

Have you ever thought about all the resources you invest into work, and how little of its results you ever get to enjoy? To encourage you to achieve your goals using the power of delegation, Germina Paola will show you the benefits of delegating work and easy tips to do it.

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Why Organizations Tend to Diminish the Scrum Master Role (By Tristan Libersat)

As a Scrum Master, it can be difficult sometimes to explain what you do. In this article, Tristan explains why this role is often devaluated in organizations. Scrum Masters don’t always have the authority to lead change.

They are only seen as team facilitators and metrics gatherers, in other words, they are merely junior project managers. Needless to say, this is a big problem!

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How to Overcome a Can’t-Do Attitude in You Team (By Aga Bajer)

Here are three powerful ways by Aga Bajer to break the pattern that leads to a can’t do attitude. They will help you move your team from “can’t do” to “we’ll give it our best shot”.

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The 9 Traits of a Great Product Leader (By George Krasadakis)

Effective product leadership requires a wide range of skills and competencies, spanning across technology and commercial domains. Regardless of the actual title — Product Manager, Architect, Chief Product Officer, etc. — true Product Leaders tend to have the nine abilities and talents that are discussed in this article.

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Why Executives & CEOs Fail (By Theron McCollough)

Managing up is a skill generally used by middle managers to guide and lead their teams and also remain accountable to their higher-ups. But, how does this apply to CEOs and startup executives?

 Here are some tips by Theron McCollough for managing up from the top.

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8 Ways to Create Trust During Change (By Cindy Shaw)

Are you in the process of leading a change and your employees or team are hesitant to follow? Do you have low trust in your team and now have a change initiative to take them through? 

Your change initiative can only move as fast as your team and leader’s trust levels allow it to.

In this article, Cindy Shaw has listed things that you can do as a leader to increase trust during change.

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A Leader’s Guide To Managing Employee Uncertainty (By Curt Steinhorst)

Fear of uncertainty is affecting many employees, and in extreme forms, can lead to depression.

This article serves as a leader’s guide to managing employee uncertainty.

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What Business Leaders Must Know About Thought Leadership Content (By Panchalee Thakur)

Thought leadership content serves several objectives: it adds depth to our understanding of a subject, promotes diversity of thought and helps connect the dots.

Thought leadership content is a great way for leaders to create a personal brand, and engage with and influence their audience – whether they are customers, partners, or social media followers.

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The Six Productivity Hacks Elon Musk Sent To His Staff (By Malky McEwan)

In a leaked memo, Elon Musk sent every employee in Tesla his six rules for productivity. Unsurprisingly, they are good. Explore them in this article.

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