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HI ! SUCCESFUL MAN REQUIRE 10 LEADERSHIP QUALITIES.

TOP 10 QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP   In a recent interview on T.V GTPL  I was interviewed by well known anchor Devang Bhatt to identify the “X Factor” qualities in entrepreneurs and executives who tend to rise above the rest. I narrated following qualities as listed below   1/ Aim the Highest 2/ Change the Speed 3/ Stare down Trouble 4/ ...

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First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do

A belief is something you regard as true, either about yourself or the way the world works. Our beliefs may not always reflect the reality. Yet the belief in oneself, in one’s ability to achieve something can turn into reality once we start reaffirming it. This requires firm belief in oneself so that determination and hardwork takes root. It is ...

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TWITTER STAYS UP DESPITE OF ASSIVE TRAFFIC ON ELECTION DAY. SIMPLY GREAT.

Twitter Kills the Fail Whale, One Tweet at a Time Among the millions of messages, photos and videos people sent on Twitter Tuesday night, there was one picture people didn’t see: the company’s Fail Whale, a once-famous icon that showed Twitter’s Web site was down. Instead, Twitter shattered a number of records during the election as people, including the President ...

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PERFORMANCE IS KEY TO OPEN LOCK OF SUCCESS

Performance key to future If you did not play to win, someone is waiting to replace you. The inexorable rule is to perform or perish at the place where you are. Your performance counts every day. There is scope for improving your standards every day. Dwaram Venkataswamy Naidu (died 1964) was one of the greatest carnatic violinists of the 20th ...

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Leadership: it’s all about speed

The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be —Marcel Pagnol Man is becoming desperate as speed is catching up with his subconscious on how to run a business. His haste to stay ...

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RESULT ! RESULT AND RESULT! Nothing else allow

Are you shouting from the rooftops to what you are going to achieve? And yet nobody seems to care? World is interested in results not what you plan to achieve or do. Boasting is no substitute to achievements. World does not care to what you say but what you do. Just plain results. You could try creating something with good ...

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Leaders like risk taking not gambling

John Scully says, “People who take risks are the people you’ll lose against.” A study of the first graduating class from the Harvard School of Business revealed that, across the board, these men were risk-takers. They would not pass a car on a hill or a curve, nor blindly go into a business venture. They assembled the facts and evaluated ...

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Leader is one who crosses the finishing line

Every morning as you begin your day you get a chance to start a new life,a new beginning. What forces you to come out of bed early in the morning? To jump onto the action boat that drives you towards success? Often the road to success is paved with hardships and pebbles when walking alone the extra mile proves tedious ...

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Belongingness is inherited

You must know that we belong to a human family. Despite all our differences we belong to each other in the true macro sense. In the micro sense you may belong only to your family as the attachment has originated in blood. But man is a social animal. He lives both within and outside his family. He needs to work ...

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NOTHING HAPPENS IN LOVE WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING.

To love a person is to know him first. You cannot love without understanding, that too in totality. I repeat in totality. I have watched mother loving her son with the feeling that he is intelligent but not hard working. Wife guarded in her love with the feeling that her husband “is caring less.” She even feels she could have ...

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THE SERVANT LEADERSHIP IS AN IDEA FOR THE YEAR 2012

Just when we need to empower front line knowledge workers to think for themselves and take more ownership, the last thing they need is to be served by their managers. John F. Kennedy got the direction of service the right way around when he said: “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for ...

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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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Marissa Mayer Takes On Yahoo!

  Marissa Mayer. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The big story in corporate leadership this week was Marissa Mayer‘s hiring from Google to become chief executive officer of Yahoo! At Forbes Leadership we got right on it. Shortly after the appointment was announced, Dorie Clark weighed in with “Three Reasons Why Marissa Mayer’s Hiring Is a Huge Win for Yahoo!,” and George ...

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Don't Balance Work And Life, Integrate Them

Many people feel that work is eating into their personal life. In fact, more than 3% of all US employees are working from home at 2am — each night. Doing the math, that tells us that roughly everyone is working at 2am at least once every month. And, the average US office worker spends more time at work — outside ...

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What biz leaders can learn from astronauts

The corner office can be a high-pressure environment, but imagine calling the shots in a cramped shuttle in orbit 100 kilometers above the planet. Jeffrey Ashby made some split-second decisions while space-sick and weightless. He was commander of the shuttle Atlantis on its 2002 mission to bring equipment to the International Space Station. He made the tough choice to manually ...

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HOW CEO OF M.BENZ LEARN LEADERSHIP LESSONS

Mercedes-Benz CEO Steve Cannon Steers Luxury To Attainable, Connected New Paths Steve Cannon, newly minted CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA, got his leadership skills from his time spent in fatigues. Though you won’t find him telling staff to drop and give him 20, he is leading a charge into new tech territory and looking for a few good Gen Y customers ...

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What 5 Things The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

  Mornings are a great time for getting things done. You’re less likely to be interrupted than you are later in the day. Your supply of willpower is fresh after a good night’s sleep. That makes it possible to turn personal priorities like exercise or strategic thinking into reality. But if you’ve got big goals–and a chaotic a.m. schedule–how can ...

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1/4 of the time of CEOs are spent for talent related activites.

CEO As The Chief Talent Officer: A People Matters – Monster.Com Study 2012 One out of every three CEOs surveyed in this year’s Study spend more than half of their time on talent related activities. Last year, 73 percent of CEOs said they spent more than one-fourth of their time on talent related activities; in 2012, this number is up ...

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