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Angela Kambouris - Page 3
Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Make your people your top priority.
It's never too late to become the leader who takes your company to the top.
Slow down, and focus on insight and personal courage.
Embrace your vulnerability by being humble and accountable.
Trust is difficult to establish, hard to maintain and easy to break.
Female entrepreneurs continue to face challenges that hinder their growth and success.
Getting into the leadership cadre is really about developing leadership skills: When your colleagues view you as a leader, rest assured the C-suite will come and find you.
Learn the human element of being a business leader.
Vulnerability fuels the strongest relationships and can transform employee performance.
Meticulous attention to getting your priority tasks accomplished is the basis of success.
Making inclusion a cornerstone of company culture assures you that every good idea is voiced and heard.
4 Money-Making Habits That Propelled Sara Blakely, Mark Cuban and Tony Robbins to Phenomenal Success
Success is proportionate to your focus on solving people's problems.