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  1. The Incandescence Of The Human Spirit By Len McNally
    There lives within every individual a power, an energy, an incandescence of spirit that is being constantly held in check, like a dimmer switch turned way down.A lifetime of being told: "we are nothing special; to stand out is egotistic and wrong; to conform is necessary; to be different is bad; the collective good must be served even to the determent of our own being; we must support; we must never defy; to question authority is inherently evil; the majority is always right; don't rock the bo…


  2. Leadership for the 18 Year Old By Yan Wei Chue
    Fundamentals for better leadership in school and workHow many 18 year old young adults out there are truly leaders today? Not many and this is a fact! Why do I say this? Well, first of all, I am the product of this education system and from the experience I had in the army, all I met was mostly failed leadership. Luckily, the government has taken steps and actions to remedy the situation through new integrated programs to foster leadership in schools and away from rote-learning. With time, per…


  3. Reveal the Leader Within By Graham Harris
    A Leader is not a certain type of person or position of power. It is not the one at the top of the golf leader board at any specific time or the person at the top of an organisation. It is YOU. In this article we want to show you how to reveal the leader within. To give you some ideas, methods, tips that will make you think and, if you want to, enable you to reveal the leader within you.First; What is a Leader? Ponder this question for a while.What is a leader to you?What image does the word l…


  4. Leadership, Self-Development, and the "Committment to Growth" By Jeffrey Miller
    There is a common phrase that says: "You can't teach an old dog new tricks." I know that most of us have heard it. The problem is that we all too often take it, and other so-called "conventional wisdom" as truth.Read that phrase again: "You can't teach an old dog new tricks."What is conjured up in your mind - what do you think of - when you contemplate those words?If you're like most, you believe, for whatever reason, that after a certain age, you can't learn anything new. That, after a cer…


  5. Leadership and Power - Being the Boss Doesn't Guarantee Either of Them By Joseph Yakel
    Some people mistakenly associate supervisory positions, or seats of power, with leadership. They presume that these two things are synonymous. While this may be the case sometimes, leadership and power are wholly separate. In reality, the boss may not have all of the power, and in fact, may not be capable of handling it, even if he did possess all of it. What do I mean? What is leadership, and what is power? How do they inter-relate? How are power and leadership obtained? Let’s take a …


  6. Three Growth Guidelines from Stephen Covey By Lisa Nirell
    I have been looking for answers to what it takes to create a winning corporate culture in the midst of today’s confusing economic indicators. If I rely solely on history or economic indicators, I won’t find the answers. Company profits are up, yet job growth is sputtering. Communication happens at breakneck speed, yet we often feel less connected to our peers than we ever did.That’s why I was especially eager to interview Dr. Stephen R. Covey, Chairman of FranklinCovey, leadership visionary…


  7. 5 Human Capital Asset Enrichment Strategies for Leaders! By Bill Thomas
    Here's a really simple way to think about the ins and outs, the doing and practice or attitudes and behaviors of being a leader.Many times I get asked certain questions that tell me that there seems to be some confusion concerning these critical areas of the leadership mission:1) When and who can, should or will leaders need to lead?2) What do leaders actually do?3) How and in what ways do leaders appear to lead?This article will show you how to analyze, define and perform the most important t…


  8. In Leadership, Dreams Are The Stuff That Great Results Are Made Of By Brent Filson
    Leadership is motivational or it's stumbling in the dark. The best leaders don't order people to do a job, the best leaders motivate people to want to do the job.The trouble is the vast majority of leaders don't delve into the deep aspects of human motivation and so are unable to motivate people effectively.Drill down through goals and aims and aspirations and ambitions and you hit the bedrock of motivation, the dream. Many leaders fail to take it into account.Dreams are not goals and aims. …


  9. The Tao of Leadership By Gregory Bonney
    There can be no doubt that the ancient author of the Tao Te Ching, Lao-Tzu, was a man of unique wisdom whose writings continue to influence people of different backgrounds and faiths.Many leaders then and now get wrapped up in selfish ambition. They would do well to listen to what Lao-Tzu had to say on the subject of leadership.There are several English translations of the Tao Te Ching available on-line. The following selections are from a translation by C. Ganson. Leaders Work HumblyLeaders…


  10. Leadership Is Power: Test Your Ethics By Gerri D Smith
    “The payoff for the ethical person is a reputation for honesty. It’s a payoff that makes every undertaking easier and attracts unsolicited opportunities. It’s also a payoff that results in strong friendships based on trust. And I don’t think there’s anything more rewarding. -Don DwyerHow much energy do you invest in developing your natural abilities and skills? Would you rather be a leader or a follower? Leaders like winning and tend to think well of themselves. They influence others by what t…


  11. Leadership Tips From My Dad By Nicki Weiss
    Lee (L.B.) Weiss (Sept. 21/25 – April 30/82)My dad has been dead for almost half of my life, yet I think about him every day. I am grateful to have had a funny, loving and wonderful dad who left a legacy of decency and wisdom.L.B. had a saying for almost any situation. Something about his style made these sayings stick, perhaps a combination of his humour, timing, cheeriness and innate common sense. After he died, many friends wrote our family, saying they will always remember L. B. for sayi…


  12. Your Ultimate Leadership Feedback Loop: Their Leadership By Brent Filson
    Life on our planet flourishes through feedback. If life forms don't develop feedback loops and get good information about how well they are interacting with their world, the world eventually kills them.This holds true with leaders. Leaders must get feedback as to how they're doing -- otherwise they won't be leaders for long.One kind of feedback is results. After all, leaders do nothing more important than get results. You should understand the kinds of results you're getting, if they are t…


  13. Here's The REAL Reason Bush Won: The Dark Night Of The Leadership Soul By Brent Filson
    George Bush won the election because he was finally able to break out of the presidential bubble and give "leadership talks" on a consistent basis.But to do it, he had to face the dark night of his leadership soul. And this is a lesson for ALL leaders.The presidential bubble is that physical and psychological insulation that descends upon the president of the United States the moment he's sworn in.Inside the bubble, people continually agree with him. Inside the bubble, he can give canned spe…


  14. Evil, Hostile Grumpy Listeners? Think Again By Melissa Mayers Lewis
    I hated Kyle Sisk*. A notorious bully, Kyle punctuated my grade school years with misery. He would tease me about my weight, purposely rattle me with shocking language, delight in making me look foolish at every opportunity. Kyle had scary, penetrating eyes and sharp, jagged teeth that looked, appropriately, like fangs. He even had his own evil henchman named Eddie who would follow him everywhere, laughing a conspiratorial little laugh asking, “Heh, heh, what are we going to do next, Kyle? Heh…


  15. 7 Awesome Leadership Power Generators! By Bill Thomas
    7 Awe-Inspiring Leadership Power-Generating Strategies!Here's a really simple way you can use your personal infrastructure to increase your leadership power, create new innovative solutions and nurture your growth opportunities.Failing to invest in your power-producing abilities will definitely prevent you from realizing success on the job and rob your future career efforts of enjoyment.This article will show you 7 self-empowering ways to transform your ordinary power-deficits into:=> Power-p…


  16. Get Angry And Then Get Results By Brent Filson
    Leadership is not about winning a popularity contest, it's about getting great results. To do so, leaders must challenge people not to do what they want to do but what they don't want to do.This means getting people out of being comfortable achieving average results to being uncomfortable doing what's needed to get great results. Of course, people so challenged will often get angry with you.Provoking people's anger comes with the territory of being a challenging leader. In fact, if you are n…


  17. A Financial Case for Leadership Development By Martha Rice
    In the competitive world of business, companies may decide to forgo leadership training in order to cut costs. However, a high-quality Leadership Development course can save six figures off a company’s bottom line each year. Not only does a company need to vie for its share of today’s market to keep itself profitable and successful, but it must also compete to keep its biggest investment, its employees.In a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics Report, the United States Department of Labor state…


  18. Are You A Leader in the Chrysalis? By Jo Ball
    Let’s get this straight at the outset…Leadership skills can be found in their droves on an Internet search. Lists… dozen of them; and if you want to define yourself and tick the box by a pre-set, ready made standard based on what ‘experts’ in business and the church think, then go right ahead and look because I am not going to reproduce it here and encourage you to pigeon-hole yourself.Face facts: the guy in the pin-stripe suit and the one with the dog collar are not the only leaders. What’s m…


  19. Assertiveness Requires The Abilility To Have Insight In Another Person's Mind By M'Hamed Cherif
    Most of us take it for granted that we know those or the things we are familiar with. We often say that we know someone, while we had come across that person just once. Our built-in recognition system can sometimes play tricks on us, given us the false impression of knowledge and recognition. On the basis of recognition and knowing a person, we are sometimes led to believe that we can trust that person more than others, to communicate with that person in a certain way, or to be off guard. Howe…


  20. The Qualities of Skillful Leadership By Jim Rohn
    If you want to be a leader who attracts quality people, the key is to become a person of quality yourself. Leadership is the ability to attract someone to the gifts, skills, and opportunities you offer as an owner, as a manager, as a parent. I call leadership the great challenge of life.What's important in leadership is refining your skills. All great leaders keep working on themselves until they become effective. Here are some specifics:1) Learn to be strong but not rude. It is an extra step…


  21. Leadership - L.P.B It! By Richard Gorham
    "Dissatisfaction and discouragement are not caused by the absence of things, but the absence of vision." - AnonymousThis article in for anyone who is currently unsure, unknowing, on-the-fence, and/or otherwise "searching" for the answer to whether or not he/she can be an effective leader.The answer? Quite simply is: "Maybe" or "Maybe Not"!No, we are not trying to be funny or in any way make light of the question.The simple truth of the matter is this. Whether you think you can be an effective …


  22. Why the Squirrel Kept Winning! By Victor Gonzalez
    I had the good fortune (or misfortune depending on your climate perspective) of living in Minnesota for ten years. The Summers were beautiful, Fall was spectacular with the changing colors of the leaves on trees and winter was,…well, damn cold.My neighbor, Harold was a nice old guy who had retired many years ago who hibernated all winter but loved to garden during the summer. The only time I saw Harold come out of his house was to put some bird food in the feeder he’d setup on his tree in the…


  23. Leadership For Deep Results: Without Them Are You Wasting Your Leadership And Your Life? (Part One) By Brent Filson
    I've challenged all leaders I have worked with during the past two decades to achieve "more results faster continually."They can get on track to start achieving such results not by working harder and longer but by slowing down and using Leadership Talks on a daily basis.However, I also tell them that getting on the more-results-faster-continually track is not an end but a beginning. They must then begin focusing not just on the quantity and speed of results but the kind of results they aim to…


  24. The Three Factors of Leadership Motivation By Brent
    Leaders do nothing more important than get results. But you can't get results by yourself. You need others to help you do it. And the best way to have other people get results is not by ordering them but motivating them. Yet many leaders fail to motivate people to achieve results because those leaders misconstrue the concept and applications of motivation.To understand motivation and apply it daily, let's understand its three critical factors. Know these factors and put them into action to gre…


  25. Blowing Your Own Leadership Horn By Brent Filson
    There are two streams of competitiveness running through every organization. The first goes outward: It's the organization's competitive activities toward its competitors. The second goes inward: It's the competitiveness of leaders inside the organization who are vying against one another for power, recognition, privilege and promotion.To be successful in the second, leaders must not only do well in their jobs but they must also be able to have their bosses and colleagues perceive they do well…






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