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Hands-on Management 3.0 leadership workshops focus on tangible practices to help managers, team leaders, middle management, and C-level executives increase employee engagement and foster transformational change within their organizations.
In order to allow your team to flourish and find solutions, leaders have to stop leading from a place of fear and reaction and start being experimental leaders, says Melanie Parish, author of, The Experimental Leader: Be a New Kind of Boss to Cultivate an Organization of Innovators.
Find out what seven dysfunctional leadership styles to avoid and why self reflection is the key to stop being so reactive.
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