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Leadership Information

Peek Inside The Heads of Amazingly Successful Leaders


Would you like to know what really goes on inside the heads of astoundingly successful leaders? Here is your chance. Part of the research for my book Absolutely Fabulous Organizational Change? involved highly successful executives filling-out my Abilities & Behavior Forecaster? pre-employment test.

Leadership Skills and Ability


What is true Leadership.Is leadership something we are born with or is it learned.

Building Self Confidence


As a hypnotherapist I specialise in helping people to develop confidence and self esteem.Perhaps surprisingly, the people who ask for my help are not shrinking violets and their reasons for wanting to develop enhanced self confidence are not wholly selfish.

3 Cs Leaders Must Communicate!


"Of every noble work the silent part is best, Of all expression that which can not be expressed" - William Wetmore StoryWhat we intend to communicate are the meanings our listeners hear.Every leader has something to say - yet, how many leaders tell those tales that need to be told?1) Are leaders using the wrong words?2) Are their words conveying the wrong things?3) Do they intentionally mean the wrong things?I believe our leadership communication problem involves an element of all three.

Leadership Training Seminar - What Makes A Great Leader?


At one point or another, we have all been either a leader or a follower. While both roles are equally important, a leader plays an instrumental role in providing direction for his/her followers.

Get Angry And Then Get Results


Leadership is not about winning a popularity contest, it's about getting great results. To do so, leaders must challenge people not to do what they want to do but what they don't want to do.

Leadership, Self-Development, and the Committment to Growth


There is a common phrase that says: "You can't teach an old dog new tricks." I know that most of us have heard it.

Hidden Self Confidence


Peer independence is arguably the least understood aspect of self confidence. Many people who are shy, or suffer from social anxiety, tell me that they lack confidence.

Partnership: Choose It or Lose It


Charlotte decides to do good. Charlotte is a highly motivated worker.

All You Really Want Is Feeling Good


If I asked you what your goal in life is, what would you answer? Well, the answer would be as diversified as people are.Many will answer that making money is the primary goal.

In Leadership, Good Enough Is Pretty Bad


The first time I meet a leader to decide if we should work together, I invariably ask one question. The answer to that question gives me an idea of whether we'll have a productive relationship.

It's Not All About Cheese: The Missing Component in Employee Development (Part 1)


Spencer Johnson really hit a nerve when he wrote Who Moved My Cheese? The book, a best seller still, is a wonderful allegory of the things that drive and motivate us. I personally loved the book, perhaps because I read it in one night.

Abe Lincoln: An Extraordinary Leader


Perhaps noted as one of the greatest United States presidents of all time, Abraham Lincoln's early life may not have reflected his potential greatness. He failed in business.

Charismatic Leadership


What motivates people to work and to achieve? What circumstances create an environment in which some people achieve and others do not? Does motivation come from within or does it come from others - from leaders or managers? Can you motivate the un-motivated? Does it have to involve money? Why is it that some work teams achieve and others do not? Is it that the better work unit has better people? If this is so, then does that mean that the better work unit would succeed whether they were led or not? Is leadership the same as management or is leadership a part of management? Are managers and leaders the same?When I was researching the subject of success in the middle eighties I proposed the question 'What makes this sales team perform better than that one'? I was met with 'The difference is the manager'. It should not have been a surprise.

Are You a Good Manager or a Great Leader?


Your word is your truth - Know that when you speak, you will fulfill your promise to others and others will know they can depend on you. Think before you speak.

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