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Leadership Tip #1: Put Your Troops First

The best leadership tips often come from the stories of great leaders. In this story You’ll see how George Washington’s leadership tip was to put his troops first. Travel with me, if you will, to 1777, to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.  George Washington has just suffered another brutal defeat by the British Army, who have conquered…

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The Best Leadership Strategies

The best leadership strategies are the ones that cause you to be better at developing committed employees. Employee performance is that extra something you’ve been looking for to move profitability, quality, safety and customer satisfaction to the next level. The secret to great leadership strategies begins with positive reinforcement. Now, I’m not talking about employee…

How To Change Employee Behavior

  How To Change Employee Behavior Bill Sims first book “Green Beans and Ice Cream” is garnering rave reviews and is available at Greenbeanleadership.com and on Amazon.com I would like to thank you for taking just a few minutes to chat with me about Leadership development and how it affects employee behavior. The words “I quit” have…

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Leadership: The Stuff That Rolls Downhill

Some anonymous soldier once observed that when bad things happen to the leadership, somthing bad inevitably happens to the soldiers in his command. The principle was immortalized in an expression about the stuff that rolls downhill. For many people, the things that “roll downhill” are expected to be unpleasant, negative, or punishing. This is why…