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If you’re running a business or have been put in a leadership position, you want to make sure you know what it takes to be a good leader. It’s easy to be a bad leader, but a good leader needs to put in some effort and care if you want good results. You’re responsible for a lot of what goes on with you and your employees, so you have quite a lot on your plate. What’s important is understanding the difference between being someone’s leader and being someone’s boss. A leader leads and sets an example for those who are working below them.
Cry Macho is the new Clint Eastwood movie. It stars Clint as cowboy Mike Milo. He’s old and well past his prime in the cowboy circuit.
Due to a favor owed to rodeo promoter Howard Polk (Dwight Yoakam), Mike agrees to go to Mexico to pick up Howard’s estranged son, Rafo (Eduardo Minett). The journey is slow but touching. It shows growth between the hurting Mike and the distrusting Rafo. In the end, the story concludes on a bittersweet note.
There’s nothing unexpected in Cry Macho. It is a typical, aging Clint Eastwood movie. That’s not a bad thing by any stretch of the imagination. The movie is engaging and enduring.
Today, we’re going to look at the leadership lessons in Cry Macho. We’re going to see how Clint’s latest flick can help us become a better leader.
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Trust plays a crucial role in running a successful business. There is no way to overstate the importance of trust within a workplace team. To get things done, coworkers need to be able to trust each other, and managers and employees need to have trust between them.
The increasing number of remote employees can, however, make this difficult at times. Because managers, executives, and employees are often based in different places, building trust can be a challenge since you rarely see each other and have less interaction.
Even with the lack of face-to-face time, remote employees can establish trust. The purpose of this blog post is to review some of them.Read more...