By Charlie Gilkey, CEO of Productive Flourishing, an advisor, author and podcaster. His latest book is Team Habits.
Leadership and productivity connect in a number of concrete and nonobvious ways. Both collective and individual leadership on a team have an outsized impact on productivity.
Good leaders, over time, create environments where their teams excel. Bad leaders, over time, take a good team—full of good people with great capabilities—and cripple them so much that they are no longer productive. How do you ensure you’re among the good?
Adjust your leadership approach.
Any of us who’ve worked in a team (good or bad) have experienced the effects of
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