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Leadership

Learn how to be a leader and stop being "just a boss" with this curated topic of articles.

I really enjoy mentoring at work, and in my private projects. This is why I started my non-profit cooking website CookArr, to help busy, and sometimes inexperienced, cooks to gets inspired with simple, tasty cooking recipes.

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When somebody deals with hardships, are you there? When they come with questions, do you bring answers?

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There’s something I was wrapping my head around lately: an efficient way to communicate in teams, ensuring important information is shared in a way, that’s unobtrusive and efficient.

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How infuriating is it, when you have a slight bump on the road, and suddenly somebody else elbows they way in to help you? Completely stomping over your work in the process, taking over.

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I worked once in a company that had a very nice ritual: every week, a list of positive things, a.k.a. awesomenes, was collected and read out for everyone to hear.

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There was a time when I was joking that I will never again join a three-founders company. One of the reasons for that was the lack of synergy between founders.

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As teams grow, a toxic situation can happen: old, "advanced", members of the team may start treating the new, "newbie", colleagues in a condescending way.

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A clique is a small close-knit group of people who do not readily allow others to join them. Having one in your team is an anti-thesis of collaboration, since not belonging to the clique can invite many toxic behaviors.

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Flat hierarchy is a team setup, in which there are no, or very few management levels between entry level employees and the management. It's a beloved organization in small companies and start-ups, making everything run leaner, and more efficient.

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Remember that simple discussion that ended up a massive fight? Just because that one person thrown a tantrum, making it clear it will either be their way, or they will make everyone regret? That's the Terminator approach.

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