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What has created you?

Mike Dooley, American author asserted very well that “The one thing all famous authors, world-class athletes, business tycoons, singers, actors, and celebrated achievers in any field have in common is that they all began their journeys when they were none of these things.” Why people born with lots of facilities are fail to prove themselves as great creator? Why people ...

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TOP 10 QUALITES 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/ Fall in Love 5/ Accept Discomfort ...

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YOGA : LEADERS RESET THERE TRIGEERS.

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been in one yoga class or another five or six days a week on average. That might sound like a lot, but it’s pretty much the only form of exercise I do anymore so it’s a good way for me to keep the lights on, I’ve made a number of connections between what ...

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leadership is an attitude of gratitude.

One of my executive-coaching clients recently shared something that bears repeating. Years ago, when he was a bank officer in training, a senior vice president walked up to him and said, “I know we don’t get to talk much, but I wanted to thank you for bringing such a creative spirit to the workplace. It’s important to shake things up ...

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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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Ready for the Big Leagues? Ask a Career Coach

Published: July 28, 2012 Q. You know of several high-level professionals who have used a career coach. What are some reasons that you or others might do the same? A. Professionals enlist coaches to accelerate their careers, getting help with things like making decisions, cultivating a presence and achieving self-awareness. Coaches can provide honest, unfiltered feedback, which is hard to ...

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How strategists lead

A Harvard Business School professor reflects on what she has learned from senior executives about the unique value that strategic leaders can bring to their companies. JULY 2012 • Cynthia A. Montgomery Seven years ago, I changed the focus of my strategy teaching at the Harvard Business School. After instructing MBAs for most of the previous quarter-century, I began teaching ...

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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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LEADERS REWRITE HISTORY AND BRYANTS DESIRE IT

Kobe Bryant earns $30m a year and should be well past worrying about reputations, but here he is on a soggy night in Manchester, settled around a table in a near-deserted town hall and talking about his nation’s own reputation, at the end of a day in which the USA basketball team have taken tea with Barack Obama and Manchester ...

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So what’s Sony’s new CEO to do?

Today’s guest post is from Bob Herbold, the long-time Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft Corporation and author of What’s Holding You Back: 10 Bold Steps that Define Gutsy Leaders (CLICK HERE to buy your copy). You can read more about Bob at the end of this post. The stories we’ve been reading these past few weeks about Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s ...

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12 important lessons for leaders at the age of 60. MUST READ.

 I’ve been thinking about what I’ve learned during the past six decades that really matters. Here’s a first pass: 1. The more we know about ourselves, the more power we have to behave better. Humility is underrated. We each have an infinite capacity for self-deception — countless unconscious ways we protect ourselves from pain, uncertainty, and responsibility — often at ...

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