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Leah Marone is a psychotherapist, speaker, and corporate wellness consultant. Her areas of expertise are managing stress and anxiety, building resilience, and creating healthy boundaries. She facilitates empowerment groups for women and is a contributing blogger for Psychology Today. Leah has a private practice in Charlotte, NC where she therapeutically works with individuals and families. When working with corporations and teams on improving productivity, Leah focuses on issues around connection, leadership, and mental health. Outside of work, Leah enjoys traveling, hiking, exercising, and writing. She played Division I basketball and currently coaches her daughter’s soccer team.
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Seeking out and actively encouraging employees to share their opinions is critical to making the right business calls.
While failure does come with significant downsides, actively encouraging employees to take risks can be worthwhile.
To continuously drive business growth, leaders have to be more willing to lean on their employees and ask for help.
Leaders often have many things and people depending on them. When every decision made can have far-reaching consequences, it’s not uncommon for some leaders to be stressed or apprehensive about making the wrong call.
Rather than perpetuating the same old top-down power dynamics, leaders can instead prioritize employees' needs.
Reaching out to peers for support is a great way to work through negative feelings.
To set first-time leaders up for success, organizations have to create processes that offer support and flexibility.
Adopting practices like mindfulness can be a great way to reduce stress and take back control of one's life.
While a productive workforce is vital to a successful business, leaders must balance good management with giving employees autonomy.
Taking notes on how the world's largest and most innovative corporations operate can help businesses of any size emulate their success.
In operating a business, the one thing entrepreneurs can undoubtedly expect is to encounter challenges.
Leveraging data from the past year as well as feedback from employees and customers can give businesses insight into what initiatives to explore next.
Demonstrating the unique value your business offers can help set your business apart from the competition.
Before taking on any additional work, it's best to ensure you and your team have the capacity to complete the work.
Creating a culture that actively encourages employees to generate and share ideas is a great way to keep your company competitive in the market.
Rather than let the idea of change hold them back, business leaders can see change as a way to increase their chances of future success.
Offering resources and opportunities for employees to further develop skills helps ensure the creation of a supportive workplace.
As burnout continues to negatively impact employees on all levels, it's essential to build in processes to mitigate it.
To keep your top employees around, it's important to show them how much you value their contributions and talents.
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It's easy to choose a path based on preconceived notions, but business leaders must be as objective as possible when making decisions that impact their company.
Chapters that ignite stress and high levels of intensity are inevitable.
An exceptional leader is defined both by the accomplishments of their organization and their personal characteristics that contribute directly to that success.
Before moving your business to a new industry, it's best to get a full understanding of that current market.
If you want a loyal customer base that keeps coming back, you need to put consumers at the center of everything you do.