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TOP 10 MISTAKES OF BOSSES

Here below, I am listing the top ten mistakes, which are very common amongst bosses. 1) Micro-Management Sometimes, when bosses assign work to an employee they don’t completely trust that employee will be capable of completing the work. They underestimate the ability of the people they hire and end up offending the employee. “According to me, the number one mistake ...

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LEADERSHIP IS FROM “WHAT WE ARE” TO “WHAT WE MAY BE”

Change is only going to remain constant. BlackBerry is replacing internet technology at workplace. Latest laptop with Wi-Fi connection is becoming gradually outdated because of BlackBerry. We cannot adopt the way of living that was satisfactory a hundred years ago. The world in which we live has changed, and we must change with it. Universe is full of transformation. Human ...

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7 MYTHS OF LEADERSHIP

1) LEADERS HAVE HUGE EGO Many people expect their leader to have a huge ego. It comes with the power. EGO is found as one of the major common characteristics of all Level 5 leaders. In fact, my observation is a negative correlation between high ego and great leadership. Christ, Buddha, M.K. Gandhi and Martin Luther King are the examples ...

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Leaders: Not the Past Conscious But Focus On the Future

What we commit to ourselves today determines our future. Determination leads us to successful tomorrow. What is my commitment to myself? What is my personal goal for the year 2010? What I will create at the end of the current year? I like very effective words of Dr. Sudershanam, “Every year, I have a fight with my all best previous ...

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LEADER IS LIVING ON THE EDGE OF RISK

Leaders have to decide to go with speed, risk and courage instead of safety, slowly and caution. I have to face problems, challenges, may be hurt, embarrassed and even struggled through the tough time. So what, this would not stop to take a risk. I would love to die on that way where I was living with a feeling of ...

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"If You Do Not Conquer Self, You will be Conquered by Self"

Greek philosopher Plato said, “The first and the best victory is to conquer your own self.” Travelling within and winning over yourself is the greatest victory. Discipline always shorts the distance between you and your accomplishment. What we are that discipline helps us to tap it and to put across the globe our potentiality. We cannot reach up to the ...

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WHY WISE LEADERS DO NOT KNOW TOO MUCH?

Could it be that knowledge is overrated? Don’t get me wrong — Knowledge is a good thing. But, there is a point at which it may be bad. Even the sturdiest shelf crumbles under the weight of too many books. We can only comprehend so much. Our minds have limits in our ability to digest information, just as shelves are ...

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BEATING YOUR OWN BEST

Justine Henin, who had won 7 Grand Slams and more than 400 matches in the life, is playing just her second tournament since coming out of an 18-month retirement. She met with enormous challenges in the Australian open tournament of tennis. She said after winning the first round, “Of course, it is a tough draw but in Grand Slam, every ...

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Live for Years without Money

Twenty-two years ago Heidemarie Schwermer, a middle-aged secondary school teacher just emerging from a difficult marriage, moved with her two children from the village of Lueneburg to the city of Dortmund, in the Ruhr area of Germany, whose homeless population, she immediately noticed, was above average and striking in its intransigent hopelessness. Her immediate reaction was shock. “This isn’t right, ...

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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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