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Lead people through the crisis with courage:

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 road ...

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TIGER WOOD: HOW MANY OF US ARE READY TO SAY "SORRY"

Although it was painful for Tiger Woods to have his giant size ’statement’ this morning, the key question is: was he believable? Oh, we want facts (is Elin leaving? when is he returning to golf? is he staying in rehab?, etc) but that information we could get from his web page, where he has announced everything else. We want to ...

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12 Questions for Leaders in the Year 2010

If you’re like most business leaders, you spent much of 2009 feeling down and just about out—an often-inescapable result of the worst recession since the Great Depression. Odds are, you grappled with numerous challenges, uncertainties, and “don’t want to, but have to” decisions. As one weary bank CEO confided, “We’re barely hanging on, just trying to survive.” He wasn’t alone, ...

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what is the role of leader in the organisation.?

Leadership matters even more when you have to symbolize purpose and values as well as look to the future. People look at what leaders do, not just what they say. So leaders have to model the values. They have to put their investments behind the sense of purpose. If P&G had let the Children’s Safe Water program wither just on ...

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LEADERS: COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE AND COMMUNICATE.

LEADERS: Communicate, communicate, and communicate: People in your team will understand better the decisions that are not to their liking. They will align and work more effectively. If you are in the engine, you’ll be happier to understand why the driver is braking. Cooker in home is whistling. Communicate. People keep on talking and sharing but hardly communicate. Communication has ...

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THREE PEOPLE : PAY WHAT THEY WANT.

An American advertising agency is offering its clients the opportunity to ‘pay what they want’ for creative services, reports Spring wise. According to the article, Agency Nil is in a position to make this happen by employing recent graduates and advertising professionals who are in-between jobs. Clients submit a work request to Agency Nil and in return receive creative by ...

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NO TO SEXY EXPOSURE AND YES TO TALENT

Korean beauty and pin-up pool player Cha Yu-Ram has revealed, “I had a photo shoot for sexy photo albums this summer but I promise you that I am not going to be a part of entertainment business.” “I want to be recognized for my pool skills, not for my looks. I think my time is about to begin. Look out at me ...

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NO JUST 3 RULES ARE ENOUGH.

William D. Green, chairman and C.E.O. of Accenture, says competence, confidence and caring are vital to success. Q. Tell me about important leadership lessons you’ve learned? A. I’m a proud plumber’s son from Western Massachusetts. In my family, working with tools is the highest honor. It isn’t how many degrees you have. It’s what you can do. So that had ...

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THREE KEYS OF HAPPINESS AT WORK PLACE

 I drove to the San Francisco UPS headquarters, a block-wide fortress of freight. A staffer of human resources took me to get me a uniform and pointed me towards the locker room. I changed out of my street clothes and into the brown outfit. I had the locker room to myself; after buttoning up my shirt I took a second ...

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BE CLEAR – BE SPECIFIC

For most of us, the first thing we must do is to work — to have a roof over our head, bread in our mouth, fire in our chimney — for ourselves and for those who are dependent on us.  Work chosen and loved by a few, accepted and hated by most. Then, there is the joy we give to those ...

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Experience Is Always New, It Is Never In Years

I was conducting a workshop for the Principals of colleges in Islamabad, Pakistan. I found that one of the participants was very much hostile and was stealing glances from the corner of his eyes, frequently, instead of learning. I found his attitude to be negative towards learning. This was my observation, during the session, through his body language and few verbal ...

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