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Business Leadership Lessons From the World's Best Mayor

Earlier this week, Naheed Nenshi, the Mayor of Calgary, Alberta, was awarded the 2014 “World Mayor Prize” by the World Mayors Foundation. Nenshi is a leader who has broken the mould of city politics and turned government and its traditional forms of communication on its head. This award is so well deserved. Imagine an award for World’s best business leader. ...

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Developing creative thinker in you

You are born a “Creative Worker” following the process of “Unconscious Cerebration.” We all have the same success mechanism. You create more opportunities by following and being guided by them. The more light you allow within you, the brighter the world you live in will be. Do your worrying before you place your bet, not after the wheel starts turning. ...

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THE MAGIC OF DOING NEW THING AT ONE TIME.

Why is it that between 25% and 50% of people report feeling overwhelmed or burned out at work?   It’s not just the number of hours we’re working, but also the fact that we spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time. What we’ve lost, above all, are stopping points, finish lines and boundaries. Technology ...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR TO GIVE YOU PROMOTION.

During my last review I asked my manager, who is a senior vice president, about a promotion. He indicated that he would begin to think about what a promotion for me would look like and discuss it with HR. At the end of our conversation he stated that due to a possible acquisition, I might expect a promotion in the ...

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HOW IS THE LEADERSHIP FOR THE YEAR 2010 AT TOP 20 COMPANIES

At first glance, Zappos.com, the online retailer, appears to have little in common with General Electric (GE), the multinational conglomerate. Hit hard throes of scaling down its financial services subsidiary, GE Capital, by an estimated 40%. Zappos, on the other hand, is tapping into changing consumer habits and ramping up for 30% growth over the next 12 months. Yet surprisingly, ...

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TWITTER: A NEW GIFT TO MANKIND

The tradition of new media tools like Facebook, YouTube and Google, the micro blogging application Twitter has gone from being an esoteric geeks’ toy to the ‘next big thing’ pretty much overnight. In a nutshell, Twitter consists of individual social media users (as well as a number of brands and organisations) all answering the question ‘what are you doing now?’ ...

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NOBEL WINNER WAS A FAILURE IN IIT, INDIA

In a public lecture at IISc in Bangalore, Venkataraman Ramakrishnan who won the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 2009 recalled that he appeared for the IIT entrance test in the reputed CMC (Christian Medical College), Vellore but did not get a seat. Ramakrishnan also recalled that years later, in 1981, after his post-doctoral, he could not initially find a job ...

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Do introverts make better leader.?

Introverts have the right stuff when it comes to long-term leadership success, according to a recent Forbes article. It’s claimed a recent study found 40 per cent of American executives consider themselves to be introverts with some of the highest profile ‘innies’ being Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. So what do introverts have that make them born leaders? Apparently it ...

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With G. Narayan …..

Dr. Shailesh Thaker has presented token of love to Mr.G. Narayan at the end of the training programme, “Creating In-house Mentor” CEO Coaching Programme on June 6, 2009 at Ahmedabad, India.

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PAIN – THE FUEL FOR SUCCESSFUL JOURNEY

“The great art of life is the sensation, to feel that we exist, even in pain,” said Lord Byron. “A month before we were shipped off to Vancouver. I was trained for five days a week. It was boot camp training and I have never been sore in my life. Oh! My God! They kicked my butt. It was out ...

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