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Leadership & Emotional Control | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

I believe that with a loss of your temper you can lose your credibility, your influence, and your ultimately your ability to lead. Controlling one's emotions is part and parcel of emotional intelligence.

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Design Matters

N2Growth Blog

A brand is defined by how OTHERS perceive you/your company (yeah that's what it really is, not what you as brand creator think it is) and design goes a long way to influence perception. You bring up Apple, a shining example (no pun intended) of design being part and parcel of brand.

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How to Design Work Projects for Maximum Learning

Harvard Business Review

The severances team aimed to increase the number of land parcels processed per day by 50% in one field office in 100 days. The severances team increased parcels processed per day by 175%. Skill development is clearly a major priority for companies and managers these days.

Why You Should Question Your Culture

Harvard Business Review

Organizational culture powerfully influences a company's performance — or at least we say so. To what extent do we share information broadly or parcel it out narrowly? I often hear executives reassure me that projects will get done because "we have an execution culture," or that customers will be well taken care of because "we have a culture where the customer comes first." At the same time, culture is also one of the great rationalizations for managerial shortcomings.

Why Young Bankers, Lawyers, and Consultants Need Emotional Intelligence

Harvard Business Review

Read influential books that can help you hone your self-awareness, such as How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie and The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki. That client, United Parcel Service, ultimately awarded our firm with the lead-underwriting role in the largest initial public offering in history at that time. Vincent Tsui for HBR.

Will Moneyball Analytics Kill Loyalty and Leadership?

Harvard Business Review

It's still very difficult to assess the positive influence of an aging leader whose physical skills have demonstrably diminished but whose acuity and character gets everyone on the team to step up their game. Future potential matters (much) more than past performance.