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Some may argue that good leaders are born whereas others believe that one can learn to develop excellent leadership qualities over time. Indisputably, both viewpoints are correct.
Published by Donata L. 95 months ago in Leadership & Management | +35 votes | 11 comments
If you are a leader in the office or hold a supervisory position, problem solving skills is one of the requirements of a good leader.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 109 months ago in Leadership & Management | +34 votes | 11 comments
This articles reveals the importance of employee performance appraisals and how this procedure can potentially benefit the employee as well as the organization overall. The performance appraisal is basically a tool to measure employee’s job performance and productivity rate within a specific time frame. Consistent employee feedback is essential; in that, it gives the employee valuable information about his/her job performance and consequently set realistic goals and work patterns that im...
Published by Donata L. 86 months ago in Leadership & Management | +33 votes | 12 comments
Empower simply means to relinquish power or authority to someone. Technically, you will not completely give up your power, but will share it with your team members.
Published by Donata L. 96 months ago in Leadership & Management | +31 votes | 10 comments
The effects of bullying should never be underestimated, because it can be serious, and even fatal. It is still carried out widely, and because it is under researched, is often misunderstood, and ignored as a result of ignorance. However the fatal consequences of bullying can be alarming, life threatening, and very often fatal.
Published by Colin Dovey 94 months ago in Leadership & Management | +29 votes | 16 comments
E-learning is an alternative to traditional learning in that it is the transferring of knowledge and skills via electronic-based teaching rather than face-to-face instructor-led teaching.
Published by Donata L. 99 months ago in Leadership & Management | +28 votes | 14 comments
Employee engagement results in employee loyalty, commitment, and retentionÂ…along with improved customer satisfaction and loyalty. Employees want to feel empowered and valued by their company. Moreover, engaged employees are usually happier overall, once theyÂ’ve attained job satisfaction
Published by Donata L. 90 months ago in Leadership & Management | +26 votes | 10 comments
Keep in mind that before you attempt to facilitate your meeting you should adequately prepare beforehand. Adequate preparation will help ease your fears and boost your confidence level so that you can administer an effective and productive meeting.
Published by Donata L. 95 months ago in Leadership & Management | +25 votes | 7 comments
Contrary to what most people seem to believe, there is no “Boss” on this planet who can motivate a member of staff – the truth is that motivation per se, must come from within. Nobody “does” or casts a motivation spell on somebody else.
Published by Colin Dovey 107 months ago in Leadership & Management | +23 votes | 8 comments
The concept of what Leadership is all about, although widely debated, has been acknowledged as one of the least understood concepts across all cultures and civilizations. Over the years, many speakers and writers have stressed the widespread nature of this misunderstanding, pointing out that the existence of several flawed assumptions, or myths, concerning leadership often interferes with individualsÂ’ conception of what leadership is all about.
Published by Colin Dovey 94 months ago in Leadership & Management | +19 votes | 7 comments
An organized strategy of recording personal successes can contribute toward increased self-productivity and bolster career advancement. When you can include your staff in this as well, then you will really be going places.
Published by Colin Dovey 103 months ago in Leadership & Management | +19 votes | 9 comments
Work stress is not necessarily a negative force. In fact, studies have shown that, without a certain level of stress to challenge us, our jobs would be boring and unrewarding. Stress becomes a problem, though, when it builds up to such an extreme that we are unable to cope with it. The solution to stress therefore, is not to eliminate it altogether, but to maintain it at a level where it remains a motivating force
Published by Colin Dovey 104 months ago in Leadership & Management | +19 votes | 4 comments
Contrary to what most people seem to think, making a mistake need not be a train smash – in fact, with the right attitude, a mistake is actually a gift of opportunity – perhaps the most celebrated is the one made by Christopher Columbus sailing westward in an effort to arrive on the Western seaboard of Asia. In the process he happened to bump into what is now the highly successful United States.
Published by Colin Dovey 108 months ago in Leadership & Management | +19 votes | 6 comments
Remaining a cool personality not only elevates your personality, but it also helps to carry forward your family as well as your organization to the next higher level.
Published by Rama lingam 94 months ago in Leadership & Management | +17 votes | 10 comments
A good leader will have the qualities like charisma,skills in oration,writing,decision making,time management, administration, besides being resourceful,a man of wit and knowledge and fund of common sense; a good leader will also be honest,a man of integrity,idealistic and visionary.
Published by Rama lingam 106 months ago in Leadership & Management | +17 votes | 16 comments
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