Leadership Information


Leadership Information

Embracing Adversity for Achievement


"Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I'll show you someone who has overcome adversity." -- Lou HoltzSuccess in life depends upon being strong people with clear goals and indomitable spirits.

Chris Top 7 Favorite Leadership Books


1. The West Point Way of Leadership.

The Ten Commandments of Leadership


A poem hangs on the wall at Mother Theresa's orphanage in India. For all who are called to lead, it is a great reminder of what we should do:1.

Leadership A Perspective From Tao


Tao Te Ching said to be written by Lao Tzu during the period of warring states in china around the second century B.C.

The Challenge to Lead


The topic of leadership has been and continues to be one of the most vital topics in human history. From ancient civilizations to modern day multi-national corporations, men and women of passion, fervor and zeal have sought to discover the secrets of moving others beyond the gray of their mundane reality to the rich array of colors that embody the palate of the extraordinary life.

Leadership Prep


So you want to be a leader? Or you want to be a better leader? It can be done, you know. No matter where you are in your leadership journey, you CAN move forward.

Leader is Not a Title


There is a steady flow of information in the form of books, articles, white papers and training all in the context of [ "what is leadership" or "how to develop a leader"]?. In this issue, I will avoid those two questions and write about two others that I believe might be on the minds of a lot you readers and they are:Why does better leadership make a difference? andHow does better leadership achieve those differences?If you ask yourself and others the first question, why does better leadership make a difference? the answer will most likely be because better leadership creates high performing teams with strong sense of personal and collective power.

Character Traits of Extraordinary Leaders


When people make a decision (either consciously or unconsciously) to follow your leadership, they do it primarily because of one of two things: Your Character or your Skills. They want to know if you are the kind of person they want to follow and if you have the skills to take them further.

Common Mistakes Extraordinary Leaders Dont Make


When people make a decision (either consciously or unconsciously) to follow your leadership, they do it primarily because of one of two things: Your Character or your Skills. They want to know if you are the kind of person they want to follow and if you have the skills to take them further.

Top Skills Of Extraordinary Leaders


1. Good Communicator.

The Best Ways To Multiply The Extraordinary Leadership in Your Organization


Extraordinary Leaders are those who understand that in order for the organization to grow and make the maximum impact that it can, the leadership base in the organization must grow first and grow strong enough to hold the growth. If this does not happen, the organization will either not grow or will grow and then crumble because there is no solid foundation of leadership.

Being an Extraordinary Leader Through Tough and Challenging Times


Tough and challenging times will surely come. That is a given.

3 Elements of Leadership Power!


In an article discussing the need for innovative products and profitable service offerings, Vinutha V., points out that, "improvements are only the expected results, not the source of competitive advantage.

E=MC - Is It In Me?


How many times have you seen the E = MC2 formula and wondered what it might mean to you?Old Einstein had a lot more up his sleeve than fancy algebraic equations. This particular "thought experiment" still inspires discoveries of various sorts throughout the world today.

7 Core Elements Of Your Vivid Vision!


What you are about to read may be found in the Bible but it also applies to your professional life.Most leaders neglect to provide a statement of vision to the people they lead and when a vision is presented it usually lacks any vitality or inspirational value.

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