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Lead Like A Boss Without Being Bossy

OnDemand Webinar (59 minutes)

Get the tools you need to become a better leader without being perceived as 'bossy.'How do you lead like a boss without being bossy? There should be clear roles when you are forming a team. For most 'bosses', it is imperative that you define your role. Your role should be different than that of your team. There is a difference between being a leader and being a boss. By defining team roles and establishing a leader - a team can be formed. In this topic, R. Shawn McBride will share tips he's learned along his 15+ years of experience as an attorney, CPA, and business consultant. He will offer advice on how to be a good leader by showing not telling, speaking the truth, showing a pure heart, and admitting to mistakes.


R. Shawn McBride, R. Shawn McBride Law Firm, PLLC


There Are Clear Roles to Be Played

• You Are on the Same Team

• Your Role Is Different Than That of Your Team

• Make It a Team

There Is a Difference Between a Leader and a Boss

• Show, Don't Tell

• Be a Team, Not a Dictatorship

• Serve Others

• Don't Power Play

• Lead, Don't Manage

Being You

• Show Vulnerability

• Speak the Truth

• Show a Pure Heart

• Admit Mistakes

• Use the Golden Rule

Assess Your Team

• Screening

• Looking for Abilities

• Ask Questions

• Allow There to Be Problems

Get "Buy-in"

• Make Employees Buy the Goal

• Embrace Their Style

• Empower Them

• Express Things as an Opportunity

Having a Strong Culture

• Have Clear Expectations

Assisting vs. Micromanaging

• Let Employees Know Their Jobs

Don't Blur the Lines - Too Much

Speak in Roles

Have Employees Draw Conclusions

Fix Problems When They Happen