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LEADERSHIP

Leadership with Mind Mapping

The business administration institutes do churn out MBA’s by the scores. You might be a competent manager, but leadership is a different issue from management. It is about leading and inspiring people to great performance. It involves having a clear vision, which will be enthusiastically shared by people working under you. Leadership need not be taught; it can be learned ...

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Leaders as Inspiration Stimulator

Along with every leadership role you take comes the opportunity to inspire your followers. This opportunity is not taken by every leader. If you think of the leaders you’ve admired in the past, it’s likely that you found them inspiring. What exactly does it mean to inspire others? It means creating conditions that cause people around you to feel excited ...

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The Future of Leadership Development

Academe became part of Oliver Wyman’s European learning business in April 2008, working alongside our colleagues in the Executive Learning Center (ELC). ELC provides top-tier executive education for Global 1000 companies and focuses on major executive development that the world’s largest corporations can use as a strategic lever with their senior executives. Academe extends this leadership development and learning capability ...

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Leadership Skill

When you can’t be perfect on any of these scores (and who can?), acknowledge it. Explain it. Ask for forgiveness. And promise to work to keep it from every happening again. As a prerequisite for building trust, team leaders and team members must: 1. Have clear, consistent goals. I’ve said this before — that a clear, acknowledged sense of where ...

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Hire Teamwork-Oriented Employees

You can use pre-employment tests, specific interview questions, realistic job previews, and role-modeling to hire employees who crave to use teamwork and collaboration. Warning:  Many jobs do not need teamwork-oriented employees. Our society greatly values “teamwork.”  Also, many leaders are teamwork-oriented, so they erroneously assume they should hire employees who love teamwork. So, find out which jobs in your company ...

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Enthusiasm by Tony Alessandra

You generally wear your positivity on the “inside.” But your enthusiasm is how you show it to the world by your face, your voice, and your gestures. Sometimes we feel enthusiastic about our ideas but we’re afraid to show it. But I think the people who influence us the most are those who are able to express on the outside ...

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Effective Steps to Becoming a Leader

Becoming a leader is difficult in itself. Hence, becoming an effective leader is a hurdling task. Aside from meeting up that qualification, there are other factors that must be considered to achieve productive results when leading a team.   Initial Leadership Process identifying the qualities that would make an effective leader is your first step towards creating a harmonious working ...

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Becoming a Motivational Leader

Create a Big Vision … To become a motivational leader, you start with motivating yourself. You motivate yourself with a big vision, and as you move progressively toward its realization, you motivate and enthuse others to work with you to fulfill that vision.   Set High Standards … You exhibit absolute honesty and integrity with everyone in everything you do. ...

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Balanced scorecard as a leadership tool

Some tips for managers on using a balanced scorecard as a management tool. The success of balanced scorecard theory throughout the business world can in large part be attributed to its potential as a leadership tool. Used to its best effect can have a powerful impact on any size of organization – and here’s some tips on how to use ...

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5 Qualities of an Inspiring Leader

View all articles by Bobby Marchesso Have you ever been in a position where you wanted to help someone out so bad that you were frustrated because everything you have tried doesn’t work? Or the person doesn’t seem to hear what you’re saying? Often times we feel that there is something more that we either should have done, could be ...

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