By: violation cure | Jun 3, 2013 Setting yourself apart as a leader may seem like no easy feat, but getting yourself on track is not an overwhelming or long process. Becoming a respected leader begins by building trust. Respect is a powerful motivator while working in a team.
By: Maegan Anderson | Jul 7, 2012 As a business leader, you need to earn the loyalty of your employees. That is the basic need if you want them to perform better in lead generation work. Read on to learn more.
By: Jason H Walker | Jun 12, 2012 Fashion and style aren’t usually concepts that exorcise most of us. We take what we see for granted, and generally buy into the latest trends and fashions simply because that’s what’s on offer in the shops when we go to the high street.
By: Bob Brady | May 30, 2012 One of the frequent mistakes that management leaders make is seeing the world, their own business, and competitors from only their standpoint. Authors and other gurus typically point out how leadership and management are different, and exactly what individuals can do to lead more efficiently and work their way through all the difficulties they face every day.
By: Padmaja Singh | May 30, 2012 Some individuals are born leaders while others need some polishing. A company that values its employees will work towards developing leadership training programs. Very often it is seen that internal relations and development is strained due to companies trying various means to reduce cost and run behind profits. However, outcasting the value of internal relation and progress can prove fatal to com
By: Sharon Wingron | May 24, 2012 Beginning June 2, 2012 all Everything DiSC assessments will use adaptive testing (AT) and a new, more sophisticated scoring algorithm to give participants the most precise DiSC® style assignment possible.
By: Clive Hook | May 22, 2012 As organisations find themselves in places where maps of past experience and cultural biases are not very helpful they need to think what that means for the leaders they want to appoint or develop. Future leaders need to quickly see and understand the underlying assumptions about how the world works in a given community or culture and make a judgment call on how to work if it differs greatly from how their own organisation "does life".
By: Clive Hook | May 22, 2012 When talking about leaders and leadership it's not very long before motivation as a topic arrives in the discussion and when you ask people what they know about motivation, Abraham Maslow and his hierarchy of needs will show up fairly soon. Maslow was brought up in the USA, a classic Individualist culture. The problem is many cultures do not see the world that way and as we find ourselves in emerging markets some of our truths may need to be challenged or questioned.
By: Clive Hook | May 22, 2012 As organisations seek to recruit and develop talent in emerging markets, specifically in positions of leadership and management, the question of a culturally acceptable base model for such development includes considering what such things as "leadership" represent or mean to the host culture. Leaders need to learn how to have conversations with their people in ways that achieve the organisational objectives and respect the cultural influences.