Leadership Information


Leadership Information

Tough Times Demand Resilient Leaders


The stock market gyrates with unpredictable and heartburning results. Icons of solid companies become straw figures before balance sheets.

Leadership Challenges: The Walls In Our Lives


We have all experienced walls or challenges in our work lives. How you handle the walls may be a defining point in your leadership and your career.

Choose To Become An Encourager


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Always Be Open To Learning


"We should not only use all the brains we have, but all we can borrow." -Woodrow WilsonLeave it to a child to remind you of the importance of humility and the willingness to learn from everyone.

UNCLOS III Process model


The United Nations Conference on Law of the Sea was ground breaking in the way negotiations were conducted. Several strategies were employed that allowed for efficient negotiation and a reasonable outcome as viewed by all participating parties.

Business Leadership: How Much is in Your Credibility Bank Account?


Business leaders have more than a title on their doors. They also have the trust and confidence of those who work for them; who work with them; and who buy from them.

Leadership Skills Training Empowers Problem-solving and Visioning


Leadership skills training programs empower you to influence, persuade or inspire others. Well constructed training programs should result in improved, more effective leadership skills for your colleagues and you.

Leadership is About Growing Others - Its Not About You!


"Before you become a leader success is all about growing yourself. Once you become a leader success is all about growing others.

Leadership Training: The Bit They Didn't Tell You About Changing!


A willingness to change first is one of the major pre requisites for leaders!If the situation is deadlocked or blocked, they need to find the best opportunity, shift their personal perspective to accommodate it and take action from there. This is no matter how personally attached they are to their current position!Three sixty degree feedback is a great example.

None of Us Arrived with an Owners Manual: A Fresh Perspective on the Drive to Lead (part 2)


Why didn't I get an Owner's ManualAfter a little while with life happening and no sign of the Manual we began to realize we would need to make the best of it. We began to look around to see who had one and studied what they knew, surely some of it must be generic! We began to study our parents, our siblings - if they looked competent enough, and our other care givers.

Introduction to the The Enneagram as a Leadership Tool


The Enneagram is a fascinating tool of nine orientations that enables us to gain insight into the depths of our true potential. It seeks to provide insight into how we fund our foundation of assumptions so they work for us or they don't! (In some ways it provides a generic Owner's Manual to Life! That little book we all hoped came with us to provide insightful directions on how to employ us and treat us with care.

Leadership Activity: How Leadership Agenda, Strategy, and Behaviors Shape Your Success!


"Forward, as occasion offers. Never look round to see whether any shall note it.

Communication Skills & Leadership - Organizational Communications Processes in Leadership Activity


"Sooth 't were a pleasant life to lead, With nothing in the world to do But just to blow a shepherd's reed, The silent season thro' And just to drive a flock to feed,- Sheep - quiet, fond and few!" - Laman BlanchardCommunication skills give leaders ways to connect with, understand and influence the needs of people. It would be so very pleasant to live the life depicted in Blanchard's musings.

Father Knows Best


A good strong example of a family leader would be Joshua in the Bible. He was a true spiritual leader and a strong man of God.

Boy Scouts of America and Leadership Coaching


The Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness talks with Dennis St. Jean, Assistant Director Professional Development Division, Boy Scouts of America, Irving, Texas.

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