View Past Issues
In this issue: Become a Fearless Leader
View in Browser
Brought to you by Vector Technical, Inc.
Newsletter Archive | Update My Info | Refer A Friend | Resource Center | Ask The Expert
Featured Article
2015 ACA Changes: Are you on top of your game?

The Great Divide: Leading, Motivating and Retaining a Multigenerational Workforce

Conquer your workforce's "Great Divide" to build a more cohesive, high-performing organization.

View Special Report Here

Cringing at the Keyboard?

Want to write more effectively, but can't seem to find the right words? Erik Deckers shares 12 tips to instantly make you a faster, more persuasive and more successful business writer.

Business Writing Tips
Leadership Tip of the Month
Leadership Tip of the Month

Become a Fearless Leader

A fearless leader is willing to fail to find new opportunities and test the limits of his abilities. Set a great example in your organization by developing this competency:

  1. Look fear in the face -- and get to the root of it. Ask: What makes you fearful in your career -- and why? What's the worst thing that could happen if you took a calculated risk?
  2. Acknowledge the positives. Review risks you have taken recently that have succeeded. What made them work? How can you incorporate those techniques into other potentially fearful situations?
  3. Challenge yourself. Accept at least one new opportunity, however large or small, each month.
  4. Develop a fearless team. Create a culture that accepts failure and rewards learning. When failure occurs, ask "What did you learn?" rather than "What went wrong?"

Fact of the Month

One-third of U.S. employees work for someone who is younger than them; 15 percent take orders from a boss at least 10 years their junior.


Give Us Your Two Cents!

Give Us Your Two Cents!

What's your best tip for managing the dynamic between younger and older employees?

Click Here to Answer

Copyright Vector Technical, Inc., 4860 Robinhood Drive, Willoughby, OH 44094. All rights reserved.

We at Vector Technical, Inc. wish to clearly identify ourselves. We only send staffing and management related tips and ideas to our clients and others who have expressed interest in receiving our information. You have the right to opt-out of our mailing list at any time using the remove link found at the bottom of every newsletter. If you would be interested in specific staffing advice for your organization, please contact us at 440-946-8800.

This email was sent to:

REFER A FRIEND to help a friend find a job and/or add them to our mailing list
UPDATE your subscriber information and preferences
REMOVE yourself from this list and/or future mailings