As a leader, you create the culture that either helps your teams thrive––or barely survive. Obviously, no leader intentionally stalls or stymies a team. But even the best leaders occasionally make mistakes that freeze their people rather than free them to excel. Here’s how that happens:

Avoid These 5 Mistakes Leaders Make That Cripple Teams

Mistake #1: Promising Rather Than Asking

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Maria E. Meyers & Kate Pope Hodel, Authors, Beyond Collisions

Building an entrepreneurial network is, at its heart, a work of collaboration and community change. And that kind of endeavor requires a very special kind of leader, one who knows how to build bridges, engage a very broad community, nurture relationships and get everyone focused on the really “big hairy audacious goal.”

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Martin Lanik, CEO, Pinsight® & Author, The Leader Habit

Would you describe yourself as a dynamic speaker?  Do you have a hard time showing your passion?  Despite your successes, do you still get nervous when addressing groups?  While you may be an innovative thinker with a gift for detecting new business opportunities, if you don’t have charisma it’ll be difficult to get your point across.  Fortunately – and perhaps contrary to popular opinion – speaking with charisma is a skill that can be learned.

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My local burger restaurant recently installed a state-of-the art Coke machine. A big screen displays about ten different options for ice, Coke, its various forms, lemonade, and Sprite. Customers can even opt to mix the different drinks in whatever formula they like.

Mostafa Sayyadi, Author, Transformational Leadership: How To Prosper as a Leader In Today's Hypercompetitive Environment

Today‘s globalized nature of competitiveness is placing more pressure on organizations to employ effective leaders, males or females, who are capable of improving employee well-being and staff satisfaction. There are many academic studies that focus on the managerial factors that drive employee well-being and staff satisfaction. Female leadership is one such area that plays a critical role and is a strategic prerequisite for business success in today’s hypercompetitive environment. For example, Mary T. Barra (CEO of General Motors), Indra Nooyi (CEO of PepsiCo) and Ginni Rometty (CEO of IBM) have been posited as female leaders as they converted many brilliant people to follow them.

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