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Domains of Leadership Strength

John Maynard Keyes wrote, “The hardest thing is not to get people to accept new ideas; it is to get them to forget the old ones.” Change, increased complexity, and chaos are constants in our knowledge and technology driven world.

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Why Leadership Efforts Fail

Go online, stroll through a bookstore, attend another training workshop or seminar and you will see that the topic of leadership is everywhere. We talk about it in political terms, business, sports, and tax-exempt organizations. People are captivated and confused

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A Culture Built For Performance

In today’s professional world, people are craving effective leadership. What maybe misattributed as generational gaps is that everywhere, middle level managers and their team members are overburdened and uninspired by individuals holding titled positions of leadership providing neither effective leadership

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The Power Performance in Your People

The business and professional climates in which we work remain increasingly competitive. Each day competitive markets grow as technology spans the vast array of global industries. These rapidly changing environments are causing ambiguities and confusion about the roles and responsibilities

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The Value of Behaviour Style

As a human you are a complex manufacturing plant for electro-magnetic neuro-chemical energy. Positive emotions exist in positive energy. Your energy is nothing more than your thoughts and feelings which manifest into the physical world as behaviour. As you develop

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Understanding Emotional Needs Today

Influential leaders are leaders (with or without a formal title or role) who possess the mind and behaviour habits that create positive and energized emotions within themselves and around them. They are emotionally aware leaders, and they actively seek information

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Emotional Awareness – Where Are You?

Authenticity, humility, honesty, and courage are hallmark leadership traits that research has attributed to a leader’s emotional awareness. In today’s knowledge economy in which the majority of your workforce is made up of knowledge workers – those people whose jobs

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Emotions at work – A Simple Strategy

Emotionally aware leaders understand their own (and, by extension, their employees) emotional triggers. Emotional triggers are people, events, conditions, or experiences that arouse intense negative reactions. Incompetence, micromanagement, constantly missing or incomplete information, arrogant and superior attitude, lack of communication,

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The Emotional Dimension of Performance

Human emotions are as complex as they are varied. In a span of one day, we all experience a significant number of emotional highs and lows. An average person in a high-stress environment may experience even more. Emotions do not

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Leadership Development in Today’s World

A critical problem in management generally is scarcity of leaders who possess the necessary ‘Influential Leadership’ behaviours that propel organizations to greatness and guide them through significant challenges. There are plenty of managers and leaders who possess superb technical, operational

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