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life is moving between written and unwritten rules.

These rules aren’t written anywhere. Everyone knows them; they’re just accepted and mostly are adhered to. About once a year, though, someone violates an “unwritten rule”. Sportscasters, bartenders and everybody else go insane and argue for two days and it’s all in good fun. We usually say “well, everyone knows that…”, or “they should have known”. Today marks the beginning ...

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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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DELAYING PAIN MEANS DELAYING CHANGE

When Facing Change, Don’t Delay the Pain One of the more interesting tasks Bob Herbold faced during my business career was in 1997 when I was the COO at Microsoft and it was becoming very clear that the internet was for real and that someday people would no longer be buying software on CD’s.  They would be downloading software off ...

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ANGELS AND SPIRIT ARE READY TO HELP YOU….

Ask your guides ( How to contact your angels and spirit helpers ) by Sonia Choquettte  describe very well about  life of soul in universe. Your spirit has its own presence – a unique vibration that’s totally distinct from your personality. What activities engage you so fully that you lose yourself? What lift and inspires your soul? Anyone of these ...

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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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Critics will critic you, no other way left….

Critics will critic you. People will throw stones on your multi actions. People around you will never appreciate you, even after producing results. Remember the rule is that people are around you most of the time under estimate you .Most of the time they are not ready to accept your true level of potentiality. Who is not criticized? Who had ...

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Chance : ball bounce back

It is always possible to go on, no matter how impossible it seems. Things could be found full of challenges but way out possible is to seek chance and move forward. I was conducting workshop on managerial effectiveness at Colombo, Shree lanka on 22th June,2012  . Assistant manager asked question seeking guideline. How  do you come to know it is  ...

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Great leaders what always do?

Time has come to erase phrases from your vocabulary, ASAP: “Don’t take this wrong but …” This wishy-washy statement shows that you’re not in command or can’t articulate your position NO FAILURE IS FINAL FAILURE  No leader wants their team to fail. But great leaders do come over any kind of failures. They transfer all adversity in to opportunities with ...

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What is your preference mediocrity or meritocracy ?

Leaders prefer mediocrity and there priority is meritocracy Leaders are living in an uncertain world. At a same time leaders do not want to live in comfort zone. They sincerely try to put the organization from where it goes to when it should reach. Do not expect that everything need to be smooth in the life and corporate world. Remember, ...

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EXPAND YOUR BOUNDARIES

I like pushing boundaries —Lady Gaga, American singer, actress, record producer and activist Life finds its purpose, fulfillment and happiness in expanding one’s own boundaries. A leader is one who knows his limitations and pushes the boundaries much far afield. A genius is the one who tries to rise above the common herd while the mediocre stays trapped in his ...

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BOSTON RED SOX : SHOWING NEW MANAGEMENT LESSONS.

Sometimes it feels like your team or organization is running beautifully. Other times, it feels like the team is a little off track. Or a lot off track! What should you pay attention to when evaluating the health of your team’s culture? We might gain some insights from recent Major League Baseball moves at the end of the season here ...

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LEADERSHIP : CROSS ROAD OR PRE-DEFINE RESULTS

You need to be a bundle of courage in order to lead your life consistently and with a purpose. Courage is the most important of all virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. Let life take any turn or be at any crossroad. It does not mean you have to live with it resigning to your ...

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DO YOU BELIEVE THAT MENTORS AND COACHES HELP COMPANY TO IMPROVE?

How frequently do you seek out coaches and mentors to help team members improve? Sometimes  32.11% Often  30.37% Rarely  19.55% All the time  10.47% Never  7.50%   Another set of eyes: Coaches and mentors can be a great resource for your team members (and you). The nearly 30% of you not seeking those opportunities out are likely missing a chance ...

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3 GREAT TIPS TO LEADERS : FOR RESPONDING TO FAILURE

Everyone reacts differently to failure: some immediately accuse others while some take the heat themselves, even if undeserved. Next time you and your team fail, resist the temptation to place blame. Take these three steps instead: Think before you act. Don’t respond immediately or impulsively. Doing so can make matters worse. Take the time to consider several possible interpretations of ...

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LEADERS PREFER TO DIE FOR CREDITABILITY

One of the most critical traits of an effective leader is credibility. If your team doesn’t believe in your ability to do your job, you’ll struggle to motivate them. Don’t assume your credibility is apparent. Make an effort to establish it from the beginning by showing your willingness to work hard, modeling the behaviors you’re trying to encourage in others, ...

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The Key Missing Ingredient In Leadership Today

We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Winston Churchill Most leadership writing today advises us on how to prosper within the system or perhaps even on flourishing despite of the system. What’s missing? Real leadership is about transforming the system. Leadership is not merely about success. Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther ...

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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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