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What has created you?

Mike Dooley, American author asserted very well that “The one thing all famous authors, world-class athletes, business tycoons, singers, actors, and celebrated achievers in any field have in common is that they all began their journeys when they were none of these things.” Why people born with lots of facilities are fail to prove themselves as great creator? Why people ...

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LEADERSHIP NEWLY DEFINE….

Business schools need to produce leaders for the many, not the few, says Ken Starkey, a professor at Nottingham University Business School WHAT are the three hardest words for a business leader to speak? Probably “I don’t know”. Business leaders are encouraged to exhibit confidence, competence and omniscience. But this leads to only two possible outcomes. They can fake it: ...

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DIVINE POWER WATCHING YOU

Many would tend to disbelieve it if I say that we are under watch and ward of the supreme divine power. There is a famous story of an Indian saint Kanakadasa of Karnataka that bears testimony to the omnipresence of divinity. Kanakadasa, who belonged to the backward caste, was a devotee of Lord Krishna. He was a disciple of Vyasaraya ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM BHAGWAD GEETA

How Relevant Are Leadership Lessons from an Ancient Indian Classic? Published: November 15, 2012 in India Knowledge@Wharton With iconic corporate leaders like Rajat Gupta, former managing director of consulting firm McKinsey & Co., being convicted of insider trading, notions of leadership and corporate ethics are once again in the spotlight. In his recent book, Timeless Leadership: 18 Leadership Sutras from ...

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LEADERSHIP IS GREAT IF YOU WIN.

Miami Hurricanes football team head coach Larry Coker asserted, “The goal here every year is to win the national title.” Coker’s goal looks a bit on the higher side as there is no guarantee what the outcome of a match ever will be but he knows his team has to aim higher always to prevent it from falling short. Spirit ...

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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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READY AND OPPORTUNITY : GO TO GATHER

When opportunity knocks keep yourself ready You may not have the same talent as somebody else who seems better endowed than you; but you have several opportunities in life to develop your talent. Nurturing talent is a way of life. It is how achievements are born. It is tragic when I see people die with unused talent inside them not ...

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Let greed not make your wants avaricious

The United Kingdom is desperately trying to make a law what the government thinks is what people need during immigration; dealing with permanent residency; education; job permit and a host of other issues. The exercise has failed miserably because the government does not seem to listen to what stakeholders actually want. I am staggered by the amount of business owners ...

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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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LIFE IS NOTHING BUT CHOICES ……..

Birth is not of our choice neither is death. Between these two beyond-our-control choices of birth and death we move between these two great unknowns of life. But we have a choice to what we choose and how we lead our lives between the two unknowns of life and that is what LEAD TO WIN readers’ series aims to achieve ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM EDMUND HILLARY

Being First: Ten Innovation lessons from Mount Everest “Well George, we knocked the bastard off”. These were the first words of Edmund Hillary to his old friend George Low meeting him near the South Col of Mount Everest¹. It was just after his historic climb with his Nepalese Sherpa Tenzing Norgay on May 29th 1953. George welcomed Ed with hot ...

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meditation can keeps you more focus : study says. HAI!!! corporate leaders are you listening????

  Darren Calabrese, for USA TODAY Entrepreneur Wendy Woods, meditating next to her BlackBerry, says it helps her be more creative. EnlargeClose Darren Calabrese, for USA TODAY Entrepreneur Wendy Woods, meditating next to her BlackBerry, says it helps her be more creative. Sponsored Links But a new study finds that becoming more focused, productive and less stressed at work may ...

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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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LEADERSHIP IS A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO CHAIRS

The command-and-control approach to management has in recent years become less and less viable. Globalization, new technologies, and changes in how companies create value and interact with customers have sharply reduced the efficacy of a purely directive, top-down model of leadership. What will take the place of that model? Part of the answer lies in how leaders manage communication within ...

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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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FORGET CRICKET, EVEN HE PUT HIS OWN CAREER AT RISK

One should be a performer and demonstrate the same to our team. Performance is itself the most effective communication. Leader has to be humble in a way and consider himself part and parcel of the team and not above the team. Give genuine respect and trust to the team members. Allow them to experiment and take risk. In case of ...

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HOW TO ADOPT MENTORS WITHOUT REALLY ASKING?

This interview with Shellye Archambeau, chief executive of MetricStream, a firm that helps companies meet compliance standards, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant. Q. What do you consider some important leadership lessons you’ve learned? A. My mother had a definite influence on my leadership style. She was very involved in the community. She would say that whenever you run ...

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