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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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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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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, the master lesson of life is the ...

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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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HAI ! YOUR SIGNATURE SAYS FOR YOUR EGO

Humility is a trait that B-school admissions officers say they prize, though research suggests they sometimes choose candidates who are anything but humble. But why waste time with rounds of applicant interviews when officers apparently have what they need to detect an inflated ego up front? The telltale metric: an applicant’s signature. That’s a logic path you could stumble down ...

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Constant practice road to mastery

Famous melody singer Lata Mangeskar once said: If I not practice for a day, I come to know of it by my performance. If I do not practice for two days, my orchestra comes to know of it that I have not practiced that morning. If I do not do it for the third day, my audience knows that I ...

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LEADER DO NOT WALK ON THE SAME PATH, THEY BECOME PATH

Every path has its puddle Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail — Harold R. Mcalindon Like a river going around an obstacle we too need to move ahead in life by obviating problems and challenges. Walt Disney asserted, “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing ...

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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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LEADERS ARE BETTER : IT IS A MATTER OF TEMPERAMENT.

One can recover from physical pain in a few days but emotional pain remains for lifetime. Sometimes, harsh words are spoken in anger which affects deeply other people. Those who bear the brunt are deeply disturbed and find themselves lost in the relationship. May be you say ‘sorry” for couple of times but the scar that it has left fails ...

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From Creator To Leader: Lessons From Diablo Cody, First-Time Director

“I’ve always been a person who’s more comfortable riding shotgun,” Diablo Cody tells Co.Create–but through her directorial debut, she learned to lead regardless. The celebrity screenwriter is something of a rare creature–it’s the actors and directors who tend to hog the spotlight–but since penning 2007’s Juno, which won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, Diablo Cody has been just ...

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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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Belongingness is inherited

You must know that we belong to a human family. Despite all our differences we belong to each other in the true macro sense. In the micro sense you may belong only to your family as the attachment has originated in blood. But man is a social animal. He lives both within and outside his family. He needs to work ...

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Silence a true friend that never betrays

Silence is a most powerful tool to be kept in the compass of a leader. Silence speaks more than words. Silence creates 3 major points. Firstly, the other person may not judge your state of mind. When you do not have good answer, silence is the best option. Second, you do not allow them to reach to a wrong conclusion ...

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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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Why boards fail to choose the right CEO

  Directors must seize control of CEO selection and pursue the task in a way that’s fundamentally new at most companies. Here are a few of the most critical steps boards need to take. Leo Apotheker lasted only 11 months at the top of Hewlett-Packard By Ram Charan FORTUNE — It’s becoming an epidemic: the dead-on-arrival CEO who is doomed ...

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Leaders who want to foster innovation should ask themselves these questions:

Most important  3 questions. 1. In my quest for the next big innovation, have I overlooked smaller incremental innovations that could still have a big impact on customer experiences or on employee productivity? 2. Do I reinvest my spare capacity into expanding my own knowledge, exploring future trends and learning from others? Or does my focus on performance and results ...

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3 GREAT LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM SALLY RIDE

Sally Ride, the United States’ first woman astronaut, died too soon this week at the age of 61.  In 2012, it’s perhaps easy to forget what she was up against when she rode into space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983. As the New York Times pointed out its obituary of Ride,  , the comedian Johnny Carson joked on the ...

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