Entries by Virginie Lemay-Vriesde

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How leaders deal with conflicts

As a leader, you will sometimes face challenges, conflicts or difficult situations with either your team members, senior leaders, peers, suppliers, customers etc.   A conflict often arises when your values, ideas, opinions and/or actions are not aligned with those of your counterpart OR when there is miscommunication between different parties.   There are 5 […]

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Leadership and time management

Time management is something we all struggle with.   When you’re in a leadership position, time management is very important. Nothing can substitute time. And the worst part is that once you’ve wasted that time, you can never regain it.    Leaders know that. Effective leaders use their time management skills to ensure that they […]

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True global leaders embrace diversity and include everybody

True global leaders embrace diversity and include everybody. They never assume they already have all the answers.  Global leaders keep and open mind. They value diversity and include everybody.   They know that having a diverse team can be challenging. However, they accept and respect everyone. No matter where they come from, their nationality, religion, sex, […]

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Leaders are confident

In my previous 2 posts, I shared a few characteristics of great leaders.   One other important thing they all have in common is confidence.   To be a great leader you need to be confident in your actions AND in your message.  What do leaders do? Well…   Great leaders lead by example. They […]

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Most important characteristic of great leaders

My previous post on Leadership as part of the #10Tips10Days challenge went over some of the characteristics of great leaders (https://lnkd.in/g8DrQgi) One thing I did not mention, and to me the most important characteristic for leaders, is emotional intelligence (#Tip2) Watch my video to find out about what emotional intelligent leaders do! 😉 👉 Contact […]

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Effective leadership is not the exclusive domain of men or women

Effective leadership is not the exclusive domain of men or women! When we talk about ‘leaders’, we often think of men first: Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Napoleon, Roosevelt, Churchill, the Dalai Lama, Warren Buffet, Jeff Bezos, etc.   However, there have been and there ARE also many women leaders: Oprah Winfrey, Angela Merkel, Amelia Earheart, […]

Pay attention to your body language!

Communication is 70% body language, 20% tone and 10% words. Surprisingly, that non-verbal communication is far more important than words being said.   When we communicate, our body language tells much more than the words we actually say. The way we stand, how we move our hands, where we look, etc. are also communicating ‘something’. […]