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Trust and blind trust and empowerment in the team.

I am not upset with you lied to me; I am upset that from now on I cannot believe you. F. Nietzsche. I have great faith in trust. Trust is built up between two people by character. You start believing in others and others to believe in you.  Producing results, clarity in thinking, commitment to goals, action base leadership gradually ...

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How do I deal with people who are totally self centric?

How often you have faced this question. Let me clear, people are basically self centric. They are focusing on the word ‘what did I get out of it? To be very frank, they ask: what is in it for me? This is all about expectations. It is fair or unfair, is not a matter of discussion. People expect, that is ...

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You cannot create an impression on what you are going to do:

Are you planning to shut of the world? You can plan and shut of the world by results only. No reasons. No causes. No arguments. No blame. Just results. You could try with good intention to create it but fail to create it has no significant impact and impressions on the map of world. Ability to create and intention to ...

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POWER OF HERE & NOW…ENJOY READING…

  Power of present is infinite and priceless. Present is everything. You need to understand importance of present since it is something that can never be repeated. The present has no past or future. Power of now is the real formula for happy living. Purpose of life is living and nothing else. Learning to live in moments with physical and ...

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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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LEADER'S EXPERIENCES : NOT ALWAYS RIGHT CHOICE

Authors Monika Hamori of IE Business School in Madrid and Burak Koyuncu of Rouen Business School in Mont-Saint-Aignan, France, collected data on 501 CEOs of S&P 500 corporations. About 20% had at least one prior CEO job. Their findings? “Our research found that these prior CEOs performed worse than their peers without such experience.” Working on same post for 3 ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM LIFE OF MILKHA SINGH:

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM LIFE OF MILKHA SINGH: Auto biography of Milkh singh ‘ The race of my life ‘ is most inspirational .Some passages are full of pain and hard work. While seeing his movie and referring his auto biography , i ind out following leadership lessons…  1/  POWER OF STRATEGY : “He emphasised that I must maintain my speed ...

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GURU ( MASTER ) IS NEVER READY MADE

Guru is never readymade. Guru, himself is an example of decades and centuries. Guru is not over night possible. Guru first master himself. Guru is always success and happiness free person, as his journey is a destination for him. Real Guru never treats himself as God. Nor he allow you to treat anyone as God. Only guru shows path, nothing ...

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Leaders often fall into one of five styles

They include the sports coach, driver director, and mentor and country clubber The best style is dubbed eclectic, a combination of the styles based on circumstances Good leaders are hard to come by. Just ask most people who have bosses or who look to someone to lead their organization. Some of the complaints you hear in company almost every day. ...

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Secrets of Nelson Mandela’s leadership

Time managing editor Richard Stengel once called him “the closest thing the world has to a secular saint.” On the occasion of Mandela’s 90th birthday, Stengel shared eight lessons of leadership from the great anti-apartheid leader’s life that were culled from new and old interviews with the former South African president. (Stengel worked with Mandela on his autobiography, ‘ Long walk ...

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: What I've Learned

The captain of the world’s most ubiquitous social media platform talks leadership, disruption, and why he follows Mia Farrow.  There are certain things you’d expect of the CEO of the fastest growing, most disruptive, 140-character communications platform in the world. For starters, you’d expect him to spend a lot of time thinking about the future, much of which his company ...

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What is the difference between self centric and selfishness?

WHAT QUALITIES MAKE LEADER SELFISH? Selfishness is typically defined as “concerned excessively or exclusively with oneself.” If someone hears that the CEO is being selfish, the thought that is likely to come to mind is, “The leader is maximizing personal financial rewards even at the cost of the company’s or anyone’s interests.” If that is the case, it is unfortunate ...

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WISDOM IS KNOWING YOUR SELF NOT THE WORLD.

Wisdom is the application of knowledge to attain a positive goal by receiving instruction in governing oneself. Researchers in the field of positive psychology have defined wisdom as the coordination of “knowledge &  experience” and “its deliberate use to improve well being”. With this definition, wisdom can supposedly be measured using the following criteria A wise person has self- knowledge ...

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DIFINITION OF GOOD BUSINESS IS CHANGE

IPL is always business It is never only for fun. Millions of people are involved in this game in India  but it is always business . The NBA is never just a business.  It’s always business.  It’s always personal.  All good businesses are personal.  The best businesses are very personal – Mark Cuban Can someone grow without good business ? ...

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I am doer and doing business of " doing ".

Chris Gail Fastest and Tremendous inning of 176 runs on just 66 ball in 31st match of Indian Premier League (IPL’6) 2013 against Pune Warriors India. In this inning Gale has made and breaks the many records, He is the player of Royal Challengers Banglore at this time the top most team in IPL six season 2013. In this match ...

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Leaders learn business strategy from google.

“Most innovative” lists are populated by … well, Apple is always first … then comes a predictable list of companies that make cool products: Nike, Samsung, etc. But today’s new generation of innovators knows that innovation is no longer limited to the domain of companies who makes things you can see and touch. The clothing retailer Urban Outfitters, for example, ...

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Leader must read story of Mr.Kalayanasundaram, not Aziz Premji

RULE OF GIVING IS LIVE AND WILL BE LIVE FOR LIFE LONG: Wipro chairman Azim Premji became the first Indian to donate 50 per cent of his wealth after he signed up for the ‘Giving Pledge’ an undertaking led by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, among others. The pledge makes it mandatory for CEOs to donate a majority of their ...

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DO NOT SAY TALK TO ME LATER TO YOUR PEOPLE

We usually says to people, ‘talk to me later’. Even, we hardly look up to them (eye contact) and communicate as we are occupying in technology. I found people are busier in electronic gadgets and missing charm of meeting live people. Most of the time we give importance to technology, instead of live people. Isn’t it? Listen people completely. Do ...

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LEADERSHIP IS THE ONLY WAY.

  Napoleon Bona Part says,” Leader is a dealer in hope.” When things get worst and team lost complete confidence than leader stood up and offer assurance and insurance to the team. In Bhagwad Geeta ( Chapter -18/66) endorse the same feelings . Leader always live with keys not locks. He always offers solutions to the team. He is never ...

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