Although transactional and transformational leadership are quite different approaches to leadership, comparing the two is not a question of good vs. bad or right vs. wrong. Both offer advantages in certain situations, and while you may naturally gravitate toward one style, understanding both and knowing when to utilize their strategies can make you an even stronger leader.
Providing feedback can be difficult, especially when you are concerned that it might not be well received. Similarly, asking for feedback can feel uncomfortable and cause some initial anxiety. However, feedback is an essential part of professional development that when given and received effectively can result in personal growth, improved performance, and strengthened relationships.
In today’s episode, Kristine Kolzing, certified master success coach and CEO of The Alignment Tribe, joins Chuck & Brittany to discuss leadership and the power of a transformational mindset. In addition, Kristine shares how leaders can find balance and avoid burnout, and her secret recipe for success. A great episode, streaming everywhere now.
It has become too common that we try to come off a certain way at work, or as leaders, feel pressure to “match” our personality to the role. As a result, we often feel depleted, begin losing interest in our work, and fail to genuinely connect with our teams.
By Erica Ishida | President and Chief Operating OfficerMay 3, 2021
CLEVELAND, Ohio – (January 6, 2020) – Apple Growth Partners (AGP), award-winning accounting and business advisory firm, proudly announces the addition of A’Shira Nelson, CPA, to the Cleveland office as a tax manager. Nelson comes to AGP with a robust background in accounting, with nearly a decade of experience in audit, tax, and public accounting …
AKRON, Ohio – (March 25, 2019) – Apple Growth Partners (AGP), award-winning accounting and business advisory firm, is proud to announce two employees received honors designated for female professionals. Krista Steedly, supervisor in audit and assurance, was featured in the Notable Women in STEM list produced by Crain’s Cleveland Business. Encouraging young women to explore …