Figuring out which of the four primary leadership styles you follow can enhance your communication skills. Mike Phillips Published 3:30 pm CDT, Thursday, September 19, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Which of These 4 Leadership Styles Best Describes You? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Mike Phillips discusses four distinct management styles. Each style has its own positive and negative connotations, and of course vary among different personalities. Determining your personal leadership style can clear the pathways for communication with your … [Read more...] about Which of These 4 Leadership Styles Best Describes You?
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Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press Updated 10:07 pm PDT, Thursday, May 9, 2019 FILE - In this Wednesday, April 24, 2019, file photo, candidates for Kentucky governor, from left, Democratic former state Auditor Adam Edelen, Kentucky state Rep. Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook, and Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear stand on stage during a debate at Transylvania University in Lexington, Ky. The three leading Kentucky Democrats on the May primary ballot for governor agree their state badly needs a new chief executive. less FILE - In this Wednesday, April 24, 2019, file photo, candidates for Kentucky governor, from left, Democratic former state Auditor Adam Edelen, Kentucky state Rep. Rocky Adkins, D-Sandy Hook, and Democratic ... more Photo: Timothy D. Easley, AP Photo: Timothy D. Easley, AP … [Read more...] about Kentucky Democratic hopefuls hammer away at Bevin, not Trump
MINNEAPOLIS—They have gathered in defiance of the freezing temperatures on a late February’s night, scores of them twirling Somali flags in one hand and American flags in the other, crowding around the arrivals terminal and waiting to welcome one of their own. The vast Somali community in the Twin Cities is like one sprawling extended family, explains Ali Aden, a 39-year-old engineer who came to the U.S. two decades ago, as we survey the scene. When a prominent member of the family arrives, it’s customary to greet them this way. “Is it Congresswoman Omar they’re waiting for?” I ask, referencing the freshman Democrat whose district we’re standing in.Story Continued Below “Ilhan?” he smiles broadly. “No, no. If it were Ilhan, the whole city would be here.” As it turns out, the reception is for an obscure Somali government dignitary. In normal times, his arrival would be the talk of the local expat community; some 80,000 … [Read more...] about The Democrats’ Dilemma
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — A full year before voters here begin the process of winnowing down the Democratic presidential field, they are already eagerly taking stock of the hopefuls flooding into the first-in-the-nation state. But while the interest is high, the activists showing up to see these candidates first-hand are mostly just window-shopping right now — and they say it could be some time before settling on one to buy into. The crowds were large for the six declared or potential candidates who made their way through New Hampshire over the recent President's Day weekend. Several hundred came to hear both New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard in Keene. Well over a thousand were packed inside and outside a church in Portsmouth for California Sen. Kamala Harris and 350 crowded into a house in Manchester for New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker. "At first it was kind of slow, then all of a sudden in the last three weeks we've been bombarded," said Jennifer Stitt, … [Read more...] about In New Hampshire, voters energized about Democratic field but not committed
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Why Trump’s Unusual Leadership Style Isn’t Working in the White House Supported by Common Sense ByJames B. Stewart Jan. 10, 2019 Donald J. Trump’s highly personal management style as a businessman — impetuous, impolitic, sometimes immature — worked. At the very least, it wasn’t publicly discredited very often. Mr. Trump ran his own private company. It was small and largely hidden from the prying eyes of shareholders and government regulators. He was surrounded by longtime loyalists and family members. His main public exposure unfolded in staged settings, on softball talk shows or his own reality-TV show. Now President Trump is running a much larger enterprise. Two years into the Trump administration, it’s increasingly apparent that while the management … [Read more...] about Why Trump’s Unusual Leadership Style Isn’t Working in the White House