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- Identifying Leadership Skills By:-andrew gallop
Identifying leadership skills is really a matter of evaluating and understanding the contributions employees make to this company as a whole, and also to their individual areas of dedication. Developing leadership skills is a long process. One opportunity to develop leadership skills is during stressful situations in the workplace. Since there is certainly more than one way in order to be a good leader developing leadership skills is about selecting ideas which have been personally effective. And that is what this informative article on leadership skills is going to address.
- What is Easy v what is right? By:-abdullah sagaciti
Sometimes we can find the most appropriate words in the least likely places. The other night I was watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Toward the end of the movie the headmaster of Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore, says, "There are dark times ahead. Soon we will all have to choose between what is right and what is easy." When I heard these words I thought they were appropriate for these times.
- The Presumptive Republican Nominee & That Other Guy By:-asif sagaciti
I’ve noticed lately that the media has taken to calling John McCain the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. It’s a strange sort of twist considering that a couple months ago they seemed so certain that McCain was the Republican presidential nominee. It wasn’t so long ago that the media was crowing that all other Republican candidates had dropped out. Yet today we suddenly hear again and again that McCain is the presumptive nominee.
- Don't Tell Us, Hillary, Show Us… By:-shaikh shahid
Back in 2002 Valentine, my coworker and friend, and I would often have discussions about whether or not the United States should invade Iraq. Valentine was against any action in Iraq and I was on the fence. Valentine explained to me that he felt there was no reason to invade Iraq. He felt that Saddam Hussein was afraid of us. After all, we had the most powerful military in the world. We had already beaten the snot out of his military in an earlier war. He was allowing weapons inspectors into his
- More Peanuts Please By:-shaikh shahid
In the previous chapter we discussed the links between inspiration, motivation and creativity. Now lets add the momentum factor into our equation.
- What If You Learned Leadership Wrong? By:-dipika bhavasar
Creating Change Is Easier Than Most Make It
Leadership is about creating change. In order to beat the competition, your results tomorrow have to be better than they are today.
But what if most people make creating change – leadership – harder than it has to be? Evidence abounds that people are sabotaging their own efforts at creating different results. Ernst and Young reported that 66% of corporate strategies are never executed. Have the standards for effective leadership fallen so far tha
- How Sandwiched Boomers Can Turn A Crisis Into A Challenge By:-jsolutions014 a
When a crisis hits - the end of a marriage, the loss of a job, or the death of a loved one - it throws you into a complete tailspin. Suddenly your world is no longer safe and secure. What can you do to pick up the pieces and take the first steps toward living a full life again?
Lisa was divorced when her son was still in grade school. Soon after, she lost her job in the wake of massive lay offs. Finding herself at a crossroads, she decided to take a chance and follow the passion that she had
- Successful Leadership is based on Principles By:-sumit nandrajog
When people decide to follow you as a leader, it is because of your character or your skills or both. If you “have the goods” and intend to succeed as a leader, you must “sell” to the world or to the individual, true ideas about your particular qualifications for success-true ideas regarding your best capabilities and the value of your leadership.Regardless of how capable you are, how much talent you may have or how much you desire to lead others.
- How to Motivate & Increase Your Employees' WANT-TO-COOPERATE Factor By:-Kunal Baxi
Are you a leader trying to get your coworkers to change?
Then you need to be aware of a basic motivational, psychological truth.
People only change when they WANT to.
It's like the little prospector who walked into a saloon, wearing clean new shoes. A big Texan said to his friend standing at the bar, "Watch me make this dude dance." He walked over to the prospector and asked, "You're a foreigner, aren't you? From the East?"
- The Successful Master Mind By:-nandita sarkar
The success of any individual is rooted in their collaboration with others. With the concept of the mastermind extraordinary power can be obtained by blending the mind of a group with a common goal.
- The Challenges of Leadership in a Global Marketplace By:-Rahul Awasthi
Leadership in a competitive marketplace is extremely challenging. You must always be scanning the horizon, looking for the next critical trend, while still paying attention to the here and now. The challenge increases in difficulty exponentially when your marketplace is not only competitive, but global as well.
- Who will Nevada prefer – Reid or Heller? By:-Stan46 Theman46
While you caste your vote, what is the first and primary thought in your mind? It is surely not the entire nation, but benefits for yourself as a citizen of the nation and a citizen of your own state. This thought is of a higher magnitude when you are to elect a representative for your own place – Nevada. Though a small constituency you surely want a loud and firm voice for your place in the senate. What better way to ensure this than by choosing the right senator. Nevada will love to see Rep. Dean Heller fighting out the senate battle against Sen. Harry Reid.
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