Archive | July, 2008

Key to Being A Better Leader (of Yourself, Family, Community, Fellow Workers

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

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Yesterday morning, I had the pleasure of a conversation with Lorri and Larry, hosts of “Mornings” on FamilyNet tv, simulcast on Sirius 161, an inspirational broadcast program. Though I have many times reiterated the purpose of my book — lighting people up to become extraordinary leaders in their own lives — the questions from callers […]

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Free Tools In the Archives

Saturday, July 19, 2008

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Thought it might be helpful to list, with a one-line descriptor, each of the free tools which are now in the archives. Here goes: – Liberating Yourself From Repeated Emotional Grabs (tool for recording your upsets as first step to more effective behavior under duress) – Breakdowns in Communication  (tool for fewer breakdowns in communications […]

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Liberating Yourself From Repeated Emotional “Grabs” (Free tool)

Thursday, July 17, 2008

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We have previously written about moments when something someone says or does “grabs” us — provokes an emotional response and behavior that is not really in our own interest or helpful toward our agenda. We are in a fight or flight mode instead of staying centered and responding with a more “blending (collaborative)” or detached […]

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Habits That Are Good For You — An Innovation For Every Leader

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

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Dr. Val Curtis, an anthropologist living in Burkina Faso  decided that extreme measures are necessary to save millions of children in Africa from death and disease. What is unique is where she found a solution: consumer marketing. What is powerful, is how this applies to restoring integrity and transparency to American business landscape.  As Charles […]

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What Made jack welch JACK WELCH

How Ordinary People Become
Extraordinary Leaders

by Stephen H. Baum (Random House)

Most leaders of American companies started out as ordinary people. What prepared them for the top job?

Countless more ordinary people of equal talent never developed the leadership core required to run the show. Why not?

"Lessons for life about the core leadership traits of character, risk taking decisiveness and the ability to engage and inspire followers."
--Jim Clifton, CEO, The Gallup Organization

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