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  • Leaders Can't Be Trained By Michael Beck
    Despite the hundreds of books, programs and websites devoted to leadership, the truth is that leaders can't be trained. Leaders need to be developed .... strive to develop ourselves as leaders, but need to work to develop those around us. Ultimately, a great leader is someone who develops other leaders.

  • Five Ways to Reenegize Your Workplace By Drew Hunt
    S YOUR STAFF GIVING YOU THE THUMBS DOWN? Even though we may be coming out of the worst of the economic downturn we have a serious problem. The negative .... s ok. The main thing is to take charge where you can and build your company into one that is proud, positive, and prepared to build on opportunities.

  • Instilling Pride ~ A Key to Eliciting Excellence By Michael Beck
    Eliciting excellence in others is the essence of leadership, and one of the most effective means of eliciting excellence is to instill a sense of pride .... to develop people. Incorporating these two strategies into your leadership style will yield excellent results and establish you as an effective leader.

  • Becoming a Leader With Leadership Quotes By Davoraldo Mi
    I like the definition of leadership by Reverend Michael D. Noonan at Wikipedia. It says that leadership is "ultimately about creating a way for people .... everything. Share your vision with people, empower them and create the environment in which they can prosper and accomplish vision. This is leadership.

  • What Do Leaders Have in Common? By Jaime Jones
    Who are "THEY"? "THEY" are all the top performers -- the best of the best. But what does it take to make it to the top? Itís what THEY .... it provides a sense of satisfaction, full satisfaction canít come until you have reached out and helped another. After all, didnít someone help you?

  • Six Steps to Managing a Negative Work Environment By Julie Fuimano
    Does your work environment bring out the best in you or the worst? When you leave work, do you feel drained, exhausted and even angry? Do you generally .... stop. Life is too short. I choose to take shifts and do so there because I enjoy it; and I will not tolerate the negativity. I donít get paid for that.

  • Primal Leadership: The Core Component By Conrad Jones
    What is Primal Leadership and can it really help you improve your leadership effectiveness and influence?, or is it just some mumbo-jumbo that you can .... traits such as honesty, integrity, and fairness, will always boost your leadership influence and help your get the result you are after from your people.

  • 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership By Conrad Jones
    The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by Dr John Maxwell, is by far one of my most favorite books on the subject of leadership and growing your influence .... A leader's lasting value is measured by succession. Leadership is the one thing you can't delegate. You either exercise it - or abdicate it.

  • Leadership Training: Effective communication - an essential leadership skill By Andrew Sisley
    Communication is an essential part of everyday life. Some people are naturally better at communicating than others and some more experienced. If we are .... improved communication outcomes and is a great starting point for developing effective communication skills and becoming a better leader. © Leader3 2010

  • The Zen of Leadership By Michael Beck
    There are many aspects to leadership that parallel the philosophies, concepts, and perspectives of Zen Buddhism. I don't profess to have a great depth .... the concept of mastering the ability to elicit excellence in others. This is not simply a matter of semantics, but a fundamental shift in perspective.

  • Emotional Intelligence & Leadership By Conrad Jones
    Emotional Intelligence & Leadership Effectiveness Can emotional intelligence really increase your leadership effectiveness; and how do you use it to produce .... traits such as honesty, integrity, and fairness, will always boost your leadership influence and help your get the result you are after from your people.

  • Leadership and Self Deception By Conrad Jones
    Leadership & Self Deception: The Invisible Poison Leadership & Self Deception - What does it really mean? let's talk about how to avoid the frustration .... in, and what you stand for - and people always have an easier time following someone who actually stands up for what is right, even if it is unpopular.

  • Identifying Your Business Team Member's Personality Colors By Carrie Krishnek
    Being a business team leader can be a very daunting task. Almost always you will find that your team consists of very diverse individuals. As a team .... team member according to their strengths and expertise. Remember, a well harmonized team is a team made for nothing but success. Carrie Krishnek

  • 12 Key Issues Top Leaders Are Strategically Focusing On Today By Conrad Jones
    12 Key Issues Top Leaders Are Strategically Focusing On In Today's Economic Climate What key important issues are other leaders strategically focusing .... leadership styles, and developing a global business perspective. Doing this, allows these leaders to gain a competitive advantage over one-dimensional leaders.

  • 5 Refreshing Ways Top Leaders Are Developing Their People Today By Conrad Jones
    5 Refreshing Ways Top Leaders Are Developing Their People In The Midst Of Global Instability Nowadays, many leaders are asking the question, "How .... increasingly competitive environment. Because if truth be told, it is an engaged workforce that will allow any organization to withstand these turbulent times...

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