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Is there any doubt these are desirable strengths for any leader? Most of us think in binary terms. What’s good is absolutely good, and the alternative is bad. Given a choice between an employee with the profile on the left, and the one on the right, it’s a no-brainier, isn’t it? strength Self-control Tenacity Boldness… Continue reading How to Become a More Well-Rounded Leader
We were all born to a set of history and traditions that had taken scores of years for transcriptions Our fore-runners did all they could as patricians to keep the traditions and heritage with previsions But time changes and impairs the old traditions as evidenced by our modern constant contradictions Optionally, we discovered we… Continue reading Time Changes Traditions
We’ve all once had that ‘bulb ‘flicked on’ in our brains and that bright ideas become real. In those moments , our enthusiasm hit the sky and we had the right amount of the activation energy to start something new and brilliant such as startups ,blogging, writing a new book or starting our dream project.… Continue reading Staging a comeback after a defeat by circumstances around you
(Source: http://www.forbes.com) For years we clung to an outdated definition of career success. In the old definition of success, successful people were people who had “big” jobs and earned tons of money. You could tell the successful people apart from everybody else by their clothes, their cars, their houses and other material things. Now we […]… Continue reading Five Signs You’re Successful — Whether You Know It Or Not
We’ve all been in situations in which we couldn’t wait for a slow-moving or overly cautious employee to take action. But at the other extreme, some employees have such a deep need to get things resolved that they move too quickly, or too intensely, and make a mess. They may make a bad deal just to say they’ve… Continue reading How to Manage Someone Who Thinks Everything Is Urgent