Jennifer V. Miller

Jennifer V. Miller is a freelance writer and leadership development consultant. A former HR manager and corporate trainer, she now covers leadership and positive workplace practices to help shine a light on what’s working well within organizations. Miller offers up tips for leading yourself and others at her award-winning blog, The People Equation.

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Listening
Listening

At your next meeting, remember that the best way to learn something is to shut up and listen.

Compassion
Compassion

Compassion is very much a component of strong workplace leadership.

Vulnerability
Vulnerability

There’s a scientific basis for why vulnerability is an important leadership attribute: Humans are wired to help one another.

Is there a career development perception gap at your organization? Here are five possible reasons that a gap may exist:

Leaders who capitalize on the small moments in their organization lay the foundation for a larger purpose -- to create a culture built on trusting relationships.

How big an ego does a leader need? And what’s the price of overconfidence?

Here is a simple three-step process for staving off executive impatience that leads to killing off promising projects.

Here are four tips to help you make smart, well-reasoned decisions even when the pressure is on.

Sunlight
Sunlight

How can you as a leader use this notion to create a more positive working environment? Here are 10 phrases than can help.

Silence on your team creates disruption, miscommunication and hard feelings. Don’t let problems fester