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2000+ Performance Review Phrases: The Complete List [Performance Feedback Examples]

  Collaboration and Cooperation Part 1 Commitment and Professionalism Part 2 Attendance and Punctuality Part 3 Productivity and Quality of Work Part 4 Adaptability Part 5 Communication and Interpersonal Skills Part 6 Creativity and Innovation Part 7 Accountability Part 8 Customer Focus and Customer Satisfaction Part 9 Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Part 10 Dependability and Reliability...

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What Is Visionary Leadership? 7 Traits of a Visionary Leader

  Visionary leaders are driven and inspired by what a company can become. They are not bogged down with technical details, but they are big picture people whose intent is to usher in new eras of innovation and development. Leaders who subscribe to this style are tasked with moving the company into a broader direction...

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Charismatic Leadership: The Good, Bad, and Best Practices

  Charismatic leaders are individuals who use their personality and communication style to gain the admiration of followers. Typically, they can communicate effectively, possess emotional sensitivity, put a considerable emphasis on social ties, and can maintain emotional control in numerous situations that may cause stress or troubling emotions. It is not surprising that many political...

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What is Autocratic (Authoritative) Leadership? Pros and Cons

Autocratic Leadership is also known as Authoritarian Leadership. All processes operate under rigid rules and procedures, creativity and free-thinking are not a priority. The competencies of the leader matter tremendously, as most of the decisions are made by the individual. Group members are not allowed to be in positions of leadership, so all rests with...

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What Is Transactional Leadership? (Pros, Cons, How-to’s)

  A leader who employs a transactional leadership style believes in granting rewards based on employee performance. They function in a heavily structured environment that encourages employees to achieve their best through rules and regulation. Typically, transactional leaders stick by the status quo and are not as open to a flow of creativity and innovation...

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