Monthly Roundup | November 2015 | Leadership

Hello and welcome to the November 2015 Edition of Monthly Roundups.

In this roundup we will cover the most popular articles on the topic of LEADERSHIP for this month.

The articles in this roundup post has been selected based on the views & social shares that have been generated for the month of November.

Why Attitude is more important than Intelligence

Dr.Travis Bradberry emphasizes that attitude is a better prediction of success than IQ. He expands on recent research that divides people into two categories : people with fixed mindset vs people with growth mindset. Those with growth mindset use effort, passion, feedback to propel themselves and their careers to the top.

Is Your Boss Pushing you to your Limit? It’s Because He Cares

You will receive varying degrees of advice on how a boss or leader should behave towards his/her subordinates. In this article Bobby Campbell talks more about the tough leader or boss – the type of boss who pushes you to grow. In the end, tough bosses demand excellence ; and when you work under such bosses you will grow.

A NAVY Seal says always do these things

The US Navy Seals need no introduction – they are regarded to have the utmost discipline and willpower. Even when they are not on active duty – they carry out the Seal disciplines into their usual lives. From Discipline to being more patient – Bill Murphy Jr. shares additional insights into those SEAL disciplines.

Leadership Qualities vs Competence: Which Matters more?

This is an excerpt of an interview conducted by Sarah Cliffe of Harvard Business Review with researchers on the subject of leadership. To summarize the interivew – leaders who are more competent in their field of work are more inclined to produce successful outcomes as a team.

The Easiest Thing you Can do to be a Great Boss

This post by David Sturt summarizes various studies conducted across multiple organizations. One of the most effective methods to foster employee engagement & loyalty is to praise employees. Leaders who praised employees received a stronger approval from their subordinates than the ones who didn’t.

I am hoping you found this month’s roundup on Leadership insightful. The experts in the articles share their research, studies to talk about ideas that makes one a strong & effective leader.

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Nissar Ahamed is the Founder & CEO of He is also the host of The Career Insider Podcast and the co-host of The C.A.R.E. Podcast

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