Tag: leadership

Off the Rails: 4 Types of Leaders at Risk of Going off Track

By on Wednesday, April 14, 2021

“There is no single ‘right’ way to lead.” If you’ve worked with MRG, you may have heard an expression like this before. Over nearly four decades in the field of leadership assessment, a cornerstone of the MRG philosophy has been embracing diverse approaches to leadership. Different contexts – organizations, roles, challenges – may call for […]

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Supply Chain Leader: a Complex Role Requiring a Calm Demeanor

By on Thursday, April 8, 2021

Supply chain leaders play a key role in ensuring an organization’s revenue and success. From helping to secure the right suppliers to ensuring efficient distribution (and every step in between), supply chain leaders are involved in many different areas of an organization. MRG recently conducted a study to identify the leadership behaviors that are most […]

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Conflict Resolution: Navigating Tricky Motivational Combinations

By on Saturday, April 3, 2021

Motivation plays a major role in the way we approach the world – and often, in the way we approach others. Not only do our motivations influence our own actions, they also color the way we interpret the actions of others. And when certain combinations collide, it can lead to conflict. While people’s strongest motivations […]

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Success for Sales Executives and Managers Involves People-Oriented Behaviors

By on Thursday, March 11, 2021

Across industries, organizations rely on sales executives and managers to help them reach the bottom line. They work with people inside and outside their organizations to secure revenue and long-term financial health. MRG recently conducted research on leadership effectiveness in these sales roles. Not surprisingly, many of the behaviors associated with effective leadership for sales […]

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Webinar Wrap-Up: Highlights of Research on Timely Topics

By on Monday, February 1, 2021

Looking for answers? Jump straight to the Q&A with our experts here. Some coaches can spend hours poring over the latest research, diving into every detail in the data. Others prefer to glance at the highlights and move on. Most are probably somewhere in between. But even when time is limited, it’s wise to invest […]

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A Time to Reflect; a Time to Begin Anew

By on Friday, January 1, 2021

What does it mean when we transition from one year to the next? A chance to make way for new beginnings. An opportunity to reset. A time to reflect and take stock. A time for resolutions. A chance to begin again. But of course, transitioning from 2020 to 2021 is a vastly different transition to […]

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