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Do not wait for inspiration be the inspiration

You deiced it as tragedy or comedy. Years ago in Scotland, the Clark family had a dream. Clark and his wife worked and saved, making plans for their nine children and themselves to travel to the United States. It had taken years, but they had finally saved enough money and had gotten passports and reservations for the whole family on ...

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LEADERS DO BEFORE FINAL FAREWELL

34 years old Michael Vaughan decided to retire from all forms of cricket. It was under his able leadership that England had won the Ashe’s in the year 2005 after a long phase of 18 years. His successor Andrew Strauss said, “I learned a great deal from watching him by the captain side for five years at a close hand ...

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LET YOUR PERFORMANCE DO THE THINKING

Peter Drucker quotes, “Executives owe to the company and to their fellow workers not to tolerate for non-performing individuals in important jobs.”  Need of an hour, for employees, is to perform. Now, leaders start thinking in terms of results only. Actions with positive intentions also have lesser value in the eyes of seniors and top management. Number of efforts and ...

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CEO's , TIME TO EXAMINE YOUR SELF

CEOs of the world need to change: Nooyi PepsiCo Chairwoman and one of the most influential women of the world Indra Nooyi believes that the corporate sector needs to rethink its role and adapt itself with the changing times. “Aristotle once said that the unexamined life is not worth living. I think it’s time to examine what we do once more ...

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SATISFACTION AND DISSATISFACTION FACTOR AT THE WORK PLACE ARE DIFFERENT

Dissatisfaction factors include things like getting a proper salary, having paid holidays, access to a canteen, relaxation and thinking space, gym, restaurant, Child-elderly care, shower and washroom, cultural activity and concierge services. A recent workplace satisfaction survey of 600 hundred managers was carried about by Stanhope and ICM for management today, had surprising results. Relaxation and thinking space they really ...

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MAJOR BECOMES MINOR AND MINOR BECOMES MAJOR

What is the major or top priority of a day? What is your main goal? What is your ultimate destination? Recently, the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh has shown excellent example of major and minor. After 26/11 attack in Mumbai, relationship between Pakistan and India were scratched and it was directed towards war level. Dr. Singh clearly justified, ...

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WALK AROUND – STAND TALL

It is high time now that Indian corporate follow ‘WALK AROUND – STAND TALL’ strategy. Top management should follow level-5 of leadership styles. The top management should allow people to stand tall in front of them (stand tall means to make them feel special of their presence in an organization). Team can stand tall in front of top management only ...

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21 Undisputed rules for a leader of the 21st century

Working with organisations for the last two decades across the globe, I have derived 21 undisputed qualities of a leader (not a manager). Sharing with community of at least 42 countries I have learnt that leadership is everything (not managerial effectiveness). A leader can be a manager but manager cannot be a leader. 21 qualities are the most powerful tools ...

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