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CAN WE MIXED UP FAITH AND FINANCE IN TO MBAs… Catholic University is initiating…

Confident that aspiring corporate leaders want to worship more than just the almighty dollar, Catholic University of America is creating a new business school. Catholic University of America’s new School of Business and Economics infuses an education in strategy, accounting and marketing with morals, character and religious values. WSJ’s Melissa Korn reports. Photo: Catholic University of America. The Washington, D.C., ...

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5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FOUNDER OF GOOGLE

  Larry Page, Google’s CEO   Larry Page took the reins as CEO at Google on April 4. Google’s (GOOG) general counsel Kent Walker portrayed the acquisition as a strong defense against patent trolls, but acknowledged that it also gives the company room to grow and add to its Android apps and usability. Spending $1 billion on patents offers an ...

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CAN WE LEARN FROM INDIAN CEO?

As the Indian economy is all set to grow by 7.5 percent this year, experts are saying that it could be the best time for Western CEOs to learn some lessons from their Indian counterparts, reports CNN. While Western economies continue to stutter, a report forecasts that India will soon return to the high-growth trajectory it enjoyed before the crisis. ...

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FOUNDER TRANSFERS BUSINESS TO EMPLOYEES

Moore said he began thinking about succession about nine years ago. He’d heard about employee stock option programs and got much more serious about the idea three years ago. That Moore has now pulled off what few other company owners would even dream about comes as no surprise to longtime acquaintances, such as Glenn Dahl, owner of NatureBake bakery in ...

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PEOPLE FOCUSED – LEADERS FINISHED FIRST

The assumption that so-called “tough” leaders with a controlling and target-driven approach do better during tough economic times is simply not true, according to new research carried out in the UK. Instead, leaders who are people- and relationship centric are far more likely to display outstanding performance. A two-year study by workplace think-tank the Work Foundation suggests that the most ...

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Slogging Till The End

Jennifer Lopez has said recently that she will remain in the glamour industry till she is 71 years old. The singer, who has become a mother in recent years, has no plans of curtailing her career. “I will be doing some form of this when I am 71. This is what I do. What, because I have kids and a ...

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NO TO SEXY EXPOSURE AND YES TO TALENT

Korean beauty and pin-up pool player Cha Yu-Ram has revealed, “I had a photo shoot for sexy photo albums this summer but I promise you that I am not going to be a part of entertainment business.” “I want to be recognized for my pool skills, not for my looks. I think my time is about to begin. Look out at me ...

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4 MANTRAS OF LEADERSHIP.

The perfect is the enemy of the deadline. When we had to build the hardware for our fourth major design iteration of the Chevy Volt battery, we were working closely with our suppliers and realized we needed a three-month delay to do it. They said, “That’s inconceivable. You can’t do a whole re-design in three months.” There were lot of ...

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SMALL PERSON: SHOWING ALL OF US A WAY TO SUCCESS

By demonstrating sheer grit and determination, Manish Patel who got the job of a Head Peon with a Mumbai-based ad agency is today an award-winning copywriter. When the administrative officer at Ambience Publicis, mentioned that the only vacancy was that of a head peon, Patel took up the offer. In the few seconds it took to make up his mind, ...

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What do McDonalds, Harley-Davidson and Avon have in common?

Here are the top 10 brands from the list and a summary of judge’s comments for the year 2009. 1. Coke – responded to new trends with its macho no-cal beverage Coke Zero. 2. IBM – has changed its focus to environmental issues, health care and mass transportation. 3. Microsoft – has forcefully taken on rivals with the search engine ...

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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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Live Beyond 100 Years

Jack Borden has found the fountain of youth. It’s in his office. Borden has been practicing law for more than seven decades. At 101, he was recently honored as America’s “Outstanding Oldest Worker” by the nonprofit group Experience Works. Will Miles Clark, D.D.S., on the other hand, is a spry 105-year-old who has gladly spent about half a century in ...

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How 2 Minutes Story Can Help Us in Leadership

Leaders gain trust and teach people what’s important to them by telling stories. But, these days there’s so much to attend to — now! —coming at us so fast. You might be tempted to let slide your soft skills, like how to tell a useful story. Just get to the point and move on to the next thing on the list. No time for ...

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18 MINUTES PLAN FOR MANAGING YOUR DAY

Yesterday started with the best of intentions. I walked into my office in the morning with a vague sense of what I wanted to accomplish. Then I sat down, turned on my computer, and checked my email. Two hours later, after fighting several fires, solving other people’s problems, and dealing with whatever happened to be thrown at me through my ...

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NUMBER ONE IS NEVER A MONOPOLY

US wonder kid’s winning spring continues in the current US open tennis tournament, one of the major tournaments of the Grand Slam. Melanie Qudin is running at the US open tournament. She had created another major upset at the tournament by defeating top seeded Russian Nadia Petrova by 1-6, 7-6, and 6-3. “Mentally I am staying in there with them and ...

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CREATE PERFECT FUTURE

Our specific thoughts, feelings and actions consistently produce specific results. We may be happy or unhappy with those results, but that won’t make any difference to brain. By repeating same thoughts, feelings and actions we get the same results in the life. Process of brain is perfect. Dr. Joseph Murphy has done significant contribution in these areas and it is worth ...

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BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER

They met on Boston Common – two men with little in common. One a well-heeled, high-powered attorney, the other a street-schooled, often ignored homeless person. Rob slept on a sidewalk. Peter had a swank condo in the Back Bay. But every morning they would cross paths here in the park and over the course of several months, actually became good ...

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Dr. Shailesh Thaker & Monika Burchard, Germany

Monika Burchard, Management Trainer from Germany, was with Dr. Shailesh Thaker in the MDP “Becoming a Mentor In-house” in India on 18th July, 2009. She had conducted a Programme on “Mentoring and Coaching Skills.” Her ability to put across ideas has really mesmerized the audience. She emphasized on communication, efficient work under stress, meeting management during recession, visualization and feedom ...

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Quick Decision Making

Taking quick decisions play a vital role in our life. The outcome of any situation depends on the decisions we make as quickly as possible. The tendency of ours to make quick decisions on the situation will show up in the result making us realise how well we are at quick decision making. In military, the soldier has to take ...

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Interview on Leadership by Shailesh Thaker at Publicservice UK

A world renowned human potentialist, HR guru and management educator Dr Shailesh Thaker believes that leadership is demonstration, not definition. His specialist talents include mind management, professional development, managerial effectiveness, creativity and creative problem solving. Here, he answers 10 questions about his career so far. How did your career begin? My career began in September 1989. I had a training ...

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