Leadership Problems in Business - Leadership Problems in...

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Leadership Problems in Business by John T. Williams, Demand Media Increasing costs for materials and utilities with an inability to raise prices on final goods and services due to reduced demand or competition, and competitive pressures arising literally from around the globe, create a difficult enough environment to operate a company. But leadership problems in business can stifle creativity, reduce productivity and cripple a company to the point it can no longer remain viable. These problems stem from a variety of sources, from individual personality conflicts to dysfunctional group dynamics. "Me" Versus "We" Companies operate in a global economy. That means more than simply an expanded lot of potential customers and competition. Organizations link to internal team members and external suppliers, associates and allies, whether permanent or temporary, from anywhere at any time. A focus on collaboration advances a company further than focusing on competition, yet much of today’s leadership grooming concentrates on what the individual can accomplish on their own. Leadership direction in companies needs to focus less on a singular leader who rallies the troops
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