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Effective Communication: Begin With The End In Mind | Guy Harris.

The Recovering Engineer

A story about someone who took responsibility for her communications and got great results

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Honesty - Say What You Think

Your Voice of Encouragement

You may feel reluctant to say what you're thinking when you're not sure how others will react. But when you share your honest opinions and beliefs, you'll gain credibility and self-respect

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The Personal Strength of Compassion - The Dalai Lama Speaks on Happiness, God and Money

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Have you heard the Dalai Lama speak? In this one-minute clip from the film, "Dalai Lama Renaissance," he expresses his core philosophy, putting religion, happiness, and wealth in perspective. Truth has a way of resonating.

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Is There No One?

Chris Brady

Is there no one to read. These words that I write. Though I wrench each from thought, and. Arrange with all my might? *. Is there no one to hear. This song that I sing. Though I tug at each note, and. Harmonize voice with string

0103 | Michael Petty

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Michael Petty is the managing partner of North Star Partners, a firm that assists companies in the areas of leadership development, strategic thought and application, and financial stewardship. 0:00 Introduction. 1:26 What is strategic thinking? 2:30 How does strategic thinking differ from strategic planning? 4:40 What role does visual analysis play in strategic thinking? 11:54 What is foresight? 13:30 How would you suggest leaders develop strategic thinking? 15:55 What are you reading?

Never Give Up, Part II - The NC State Wolfpack's 1983 National Championship

Building Personal Strength

The 2010 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament has begun. March Madness! Sixty-five of the best teams in the country were selected to compete, including so-called "Cinderella" teams that earned the right to play by virtue of winning their conference tournament championships.

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Weekly Leader Twitter #Leadership #FollowFriday (@GreatLeadership.

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I took a few weeks off but we're back on course with more Leadership Follow Friday recommendations. This week we've got a practitioner, a “monster” list and a magazine. There's no arguing that Dan McCarthy named his Great Leadership

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Crossderry Blog

Look at me, look at me, look at me now! PMOs too often get painted as the dour “project police”. Our willingness to deliver results without demanding attention and praise is one of the more attractive character traits of project

FORTUNE COOKIE - Personal Development

Building Personal Strength

Today I was thinking about some of the people I know who I think of as “life-long learners.” I know well over a thousand people, and probably hundreds of them are actively involved in various aspects of personal development. One of my best friends connects the dots faster than anyone I know.

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Can A Leader Be Too “Helpful”?

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This video got me thinking about whether or not a leader can be too “helpful.” Thoughts? THE BEAST FILE: GOOGLE ('HUNGRY BEAST', ABC TV) from Hungry Beast on Vimeo. Via Guy Kawasaki on Twitter Related posts:The Natural Enemy of

Business Model Architecture | N2Growth Blog

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By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth I never cease to be amazed at how many times I receive a deer in the headlights stare when I mention the

Pay Full Price to Change Your Behavior

Building Personal Strength

Yesterday in my post on "muscle memory" I described how the brain learns a skill and that every bit of that memory resides in the brain, not the muscles. A key insight is that behavior change causes physical changes in the brain; a unique neural pathway is established that enables the pattern.

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Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 43 with Nina Bhatti, Principle.

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Pam interviews Nina Bahtti, Principle Scientist, HP Labs. Also, Rahm Emmanuel and the challenges of leadership, Exploratree's thinking guides, innovation teams and decisionmaking and great podsafe music from Shayna Zaid and the Catch

Motivation - 7 Steps for Coaching Difficult Employees

Management is a Journey

Management comes with many challenges that can test the most seasoned business professional. One of the most difficult and frustrating challenges for any manager, however, is working with difficult employees

PERSONAL STRENGTH - More Wisdom from Sports Heroes

Building Personal Strength

I recently rebuked the stereotype that athletes are "dumb jocks" by posting a collection of quotes from sports heroes of the past - and I only got through the A's and B's in my collection! It turns out that sports is a microcosm of life and players on of the fields of friendly strife can teach all of us some things about personal strength.

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Leadership Laughs: All-Star Presidential Summit

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From Funny or Die, an amazing cast of Presidential impersonators reunite to help solve some of America's toughest challenges. Funny or Die's Presidential Reunion from Will Ferrell Related posts:Second Presidential Debate 2008 (Full

Tom Peters Video: Leaders Should Not Fear Failure!

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In my earlier blog post, Traits of Effective Leaders, I wrote about the persistence of President Abraham Lincoln. I explained that his greatest trait was the fact that he refused to give up--no matter how many failures he faced

Stephen Covey - Success Is a Matter of Choice

Building Personal Strength

According to Stephen Covey, genetics (nature) and environment (nurture) aren't the only two determinants of a person's behavior. Unlike other animals, in the human brain there's something special going on between the "stimulus" and the "response" that has nothing to do with nature or nurture.

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The Art of the Handshake (Part 2)

Weekly Leader

You might recall our earlier post on The Art of the Handshake. While the video in that post was tongue in cheek, here's the real deal from a presentation done by Mark Bowden, author of the new book Winning Body Language: Control the

Book Review: Derailed

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What can we learn from failure? According to Dr.Tim Irwin, plenty. Irwin presents the findings of his research on leadership failures in Derailed: Five Lessons Learned from Catastrophic Failures of Leadership. In Derailed , Irwin explores case studies of six well-known CEOs who, despite all the normal predictors of success, eventually succumbed to derailment and resigned or were fire by their boards. These leaders include: Bob Nardelli, former CEO of Home Depot.

Humorous Political Video

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By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth. While I could add a lot of commentary to the following video, it simply isn't necessary…Great video on the current political state of affairs. Enjoy

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Leadership Q&A: The Structure Question

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One of the great advances in thinking about business over the past twenty years is our thinking about who we are as leaders and how we can work collaboratively with one another. There is great material on a strategic level as well as a

The Missing Link In Building The Perfect Team

Terry Starbucker

j0309460 They are often thrown into their jobs head first. They typically know their stuff, but are lacking in certain skill sets that directly relate to their new responsibilities. Worse, they don't get a lot of guidance from their

Bad Boss Blues « Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

This space is usually dedicated to being a better boss, but what do you do when your own boss is not so great? As you get better at being a manager, one of the first things you'll notice is that there are LOTS of managers who seem to

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