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Leaders are fast learners even though they are at NO- 1

To Be Number One, Get the Right Number Two Picking a number two is among the most important decisions any leader makes. Getting it right shapes a leader’s direction, effectiveness, and legacy. In U.S. Presidential elections, the choice of a running mate can influence voter views of the candidate and shift the dialogue, as happened following Mitt Romney’s naming of ...

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Discipline always cut the distance between you and goals

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to what I call “the clarity paradox,” which can be summed up in four predictable phases: Phase 1: When we really have clarity of purpose, it leads to success. Phase 2: When we have success, it leads to more options ...

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8 THINGS SMALL BUSINESS MAN NEVER SAY TO CUSTOMER

Here are eight verbal slip-ups you should try with all your might never to make: 1. Mangle a client’s name. Nothing frustrates people more than hearing their name pronounced incorrectly—or called by another name altogether. This is perceived as a clear indication that you don’t care. Do your research in advance and know all the names (and pronunciations) of the people ...

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INDIAN INC. MUST LEARN DEATH BENEFITS PAY TO DEAD EMPLOYEES.

Google death benefits pay dead employees’ families for 10 years   NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Google treats its dead employees better than some companies do their living workers. Google’s unusual “death benefits” include paying the deceased’s spouse or domestic partner 50% of their salary for 10 years, the company’s “chief people officer” Laszlo Bock revealed in an interview this week ...

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Why boards fail to choose the right CEO

  Directors must seize control of CEO selection and pursue the task in a way that’s fundamentally new at most companies. Here are a few of the most critical steps boards need to take. Leo Apotheker lasted only 11 months at the top of Hewlett-Packard By Ram Charan FORTUNE — It’s becoming an epidemic: the dead-on-arrival CEO who is doomed ...

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The language of successful marketing

The best marketing messages have six make-or-break characteristics in common, according to a recent post by Alex Goldfayn Goldfayn’s list suggests marketers should pay careful attention to both what they say and how they say it. In summary, his key insights on successful marketing language include: Simplicity – if you think your current messages are easy to understand, aim to ...

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EVERYTHING IS CHANGE IN THE WORLD IN THE YEAR 2012 EXCEPT SELF

  Today’s post is by Jan Rutherford – author of The littlest Green Beret . You can learn more about Jan at the end of the post. The thing about leadership development is that it all starts with everyone’s favorite subject – themselves.  Self awareness is the starting point for effective leadership, and it’s always interesting to watch my students ...

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Learning from the Panama Canal: John Stevens, innovator

The fellow in the photo above is John Stevens, a self-taught civil engineer who made a huge contribution to the development of the Panama Canal over a hundred years ago.  I’ve been learning about him through the pages of David McCullough’s amazing work The Path Between the Seas, which is the story of how the Panama Canal came to be.  ...

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MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM WINTER OLYMPICS

As the Olympics wind up, I find myself reflecting back especially on Shaun White’s amazing performance. When he won his well-deserved half-pipe gold in Vancouver under a blizzard of media coverage, even a sober academic like me was jumping up and down, watching the excitement on television. It strikes me now that the business and academic communities can learn powerful ...

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Mauritius Mind Management Training for Business Manager

Dr. Shailesh Thaker takes the pride to launch Stress Management / Mind Management workshop in January 2010 in Mauritius. This will be a great opportunity for business leaders to de-stress their life and develop brain. Dr. Shailesh Thaker, renowned management guru and management thinker, is launching stress management / mind management workshop in January 2010. The seminar will be organised ...

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What derives the slow down? Psychology or Economics

Economic models are badly hurt by the waves of social mood. People may have decided to move safer rather than faster. Asia – pacific countries are still under pressure. SAARC countries are coming out and India is almost out of recession (Psychological and economical). If you believe that recession is there then it works. I think first it is a psychology, ...

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CONSTANT MOVING……WHY????

In Buddhism, you will find a “Time Wheel.” Every disciple keeps “Time Wheel” in their hands. It gives the message of constant moving. Time is continuously moving, same way intelligent man also never stops and accomplishes mission.  Every accomplishment is considered as stepping stone for the new achievements. You have to be prepared for another accomplishment. After reaching to a ...

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PEOPLE PLAY INVISIBLE BEHAVIOURAL GAMES

In business houses, employees play politics. By politicking an employee breaks down the team spirit. Team is divided into small groups. Small groups become very active and they hold meetings after official meeting. They discuss among themselves, what to do on the decisions which are taken in the meeting.  Meeting after meeting is an attitude now days.  In one of ...

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LET YOUR PERFORMANCE DO THE THINKING

Peter Drucker quotes, “Executives owe to the company and to their fellow workers not to tolerate for non-performing individuals in important jobs.”  Need of an hour, for employees, is to perform. Now, leaders start thinking in terms of results only. Actions with positive intentions also have lesser value in the eyes of seniors and top management. Number of efforts and ...

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WHAT IS COMMON BETWEEN BILL GATES, BEATLES GROUP AND MUSICIAN

Preparation and practice have impact in life. In music, 6 years old child does practice of 9 hours in a week. At the age of 14, they usually practice for 16 hours. This remains and continues up to the age of 23 years. As per the research, at the age of 20, a musician has practised for 10,000 hours on one instrument. ...

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ICONS ARE NEVER ALWAYS THE BEST PERFORMERS…..

IPL:  Icons lacking potentiality. In Johannesburg, all icons are not up to their best. All star performers are not able to deliver as per the expectations.  Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Jayasuriya, J. Kallis, Saurav Ganguly and many more are not able to perform up to their best.  All are heavily paid and they all have shown their best in the ...

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WANT TO STAVE OFF ALZHEIMER??? WORK UP TO 65….

Here is the news if you have crossed 65 and above.  Cardiff University and King’s college of London have carried out the study and found a crucial link between later retirement and the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Keeping the mind as long as active can help to postpone mental decline. “The intellectual stimulation that older people get from the work ...

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CEOs BEWARE. LOYALTY IS A TWO-WAY PROCESS

Loyalty is not a One-way process. It is a Two-way process. Can you imagine an organization when CEO is absent and employees are present? The most of the work is done smoothly on that day. Now think of the day where CEO is present and all the employees are absent. You can imagine the end result.  WHO NEEDS WHOM???       ...

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CEO's , TIME TO EXAMINE YOUR SELF

CEOs of the world need to change: Nooyi PepsiCo Chairwoman and one of the most influential women of the world Indra Nooyi believes that the corporate sector needs to rethink its role and adapt itself with the changing times. “Aristotle once said that the unexamined life is not worth living. I think it’s time to examine what we do once more ...

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MANAGING ABSENTEEISM AT WORK PLACE

Presence along with performance attitude is a big problem for HR-HEAD at work place. Managing 100 percentage presences with 100% productive attitude is a dream of every HR Manager. I would like to share two great experiences related with In-Time presence at work place. One of my clients is DOSHION CHEMICALS. An organization globally recognized, which is growing with speed, ...

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