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1.Are YOU Stepping Up? by Neil Millar
When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves. Victor Frankl Stepping up to life brings up reaction. I stepped up last week. It meant facing the roth of ...
[Added: 22 Mar 2007   Hits: 1500   Words: 833]

2.Business Leadership Training: How To Lead Your Team Successfully By Exercising Guidance by Wally Adamchik
Leader, manager, foreman, boss.... These titles (and others) describe people who are responsible for getting a job done by directing others. The key point to remember is more than one worker must be involved in the effort for the project to be completed correctly. Therefore, the leader must ...
[Added: 17 Feb 2007   Hits: 930   Words: 725]

3.Why is Train The Trainer Training important? by Suki Reed
It is important to realize that any trainer needs two separate sets of skills and knowledge. First, they need to know the topic they are teaching (subject matter expertise). And second, they need to know how to transfer that information to the ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2007   Hits: 649   Words: 467]

4.Your Word Reflects Your Family Name! by Jim DeSantis
When I was a teen I was a "greaser", a rebel. I had the "pegged pants", leather motorcycle jacket, belonged to a car club, played in a 50's Rock n' Roll band, slammed a few beers, and dated the "chicks". It was a ...
[Added: 01 Dec 2006   Hits: 848   Words: 785]

5.Leadership Lessons from the Back of the Fridge by Steve Lover
I suspect in the back of most refrigerators there is something that shouldn't be there. You know what I mean something that is moldy, spoiled or rotten. It might be drooping celery, hamburgers with a white beard or leftovers that are no ...
[Added: 10 Nov 2006   Hits: 838   Words: 836]

6."Huff and Puff"- Proof Yourself. Build Your Career on Relationship Bedrock by Dr. Karen Otazo
One of my favorite children's stories is the Three Little Pigs. In the story, the big bad wolf gets two easy meals by blowing down the pig's houses made of straw and sticks. When he gets to the third pig's house made of ...
[Added: 28 Oct 2006   Hits: 821   Words: 963]

7.Five Signs of a Great Leader by Michael Lee
When we think of successful leaders, we often think of people like Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi, people who have made a difference in the lives of millions. Whether it's a leadership of millions, thousands, hundreds, or just a few dozen, there ...
[Added: 14 Oct 2006   Hits: 1382   Words: 608]

8.A Lot of Times We Are Called "Paper-Pushers" by Rey Misoles
As HR practitioner, are you a Cost-Center or Profit-Center? How do you contribute to the bottomline results of your organization? By the way, this is not just for HR people but also for non-HR managers who understand that ...
[Added: 11 Sep 2006   Hits: 758   Words: 700]

9.5 Tips for Making a Great Impression! by Dr. Karen Otazo
.I have coached executives for more than 20 years. In working with successful leaders and professionals, I have found that making lasting impressions on the people you work with is pivotal to your advancement. Here are some tips to make sure you're putting your best foot ...
[Added: 27 Aug 2006   Hits: 1246   Words: 474]

10.Organizational Leadership: 3 Principles For Higher Leadership Effectiveness by Wally Adamchik
As a Marine Aviator, business owner, and consultant, I have dedicated many years to honing my leadership and development skills both organizational and personal. In my experiences I discovered three simple principles that, when properly applied, will make your leadership journey incredibly rewarding. Number One ...
[Added: 26 Aug 2006   Hits: 851   Words: 836]

11.What's Slipping Under Your Radar? by Dr. Karen Otazo
Ben, a high-level leader in a multi-national firm, recently confessed that he felt like a bad father. That weekend he had messed up his Saturday daddy duties. When he took his son to soccer practice, Ben stayed for a while to support him. In ...
[Added: 15 Aug 2006   Hits: 771   Words: 607]

12.Leadership: Is It For You? by Noel Matthew
Leadership is something that is fundamentally part of a society. It is necessary in any good society that someone stands up and takes charge. Leadership is essential, we know that, but does that mean everyone ...
[Added: 12 Oct 2005   Hits: 869   Words: 326]

13.The Art Of Leadership by Ron Fory
The art of leadership is sought by virtually everyone. It is claimed by many, defined by a few, and exercised by the unheralded, depending on the source you use. In fact, we know a lot ...
[Added: 26 Sep 2005   Hits: 1138   Words: 1545]

14.Leadership Lessons For Sales Managers by Bill Willard
Leadership, like class, is hard to define, but easy to spot. Someone once defined management as “the effective coordination of the efforts of the individuals in a group to accomplish that stated objectives of the organization.” Managers get results by establishing goals and working with ...
[Added: 01 Jun 2005   Hits: 829   Words: 824]