Impetus According to Aristotle’s theory of motion, when a mover sets body in motion, he implants into it a certain impetus, a force enabling a body to move in the direction in which the mover starts it. When a leader sets an atmosphere of trust and excellence … Continue readingAristotle Theory of Motion – Leaders in Motion
The most important part delegation is trusting. Trusting your staff to take ownership of the process. A leader must trust that they can develop people. Trusting yourself requires a degree of confidence. The shortcut here is to develop competence. Competence equals confidence. When you are competent … Continue readingWhat is the most important factor when to comes to the art of delegation?
Clipped from: https://lifehacker.com/work-during-your-hours-of-peak-productivity-1822000501 With 2018 here, you’ve probably got a list of resolutions you’d like to keep, goals you’re itching to accomplish, and habits you’d love to cement into your daily routine. Of course, these monumental tasks and projects will take some time, but it’s … Continue readingWork Your Most Productive Hours
Have you taken the DISC assessment? Did it help? I often hear both sides that it did help or that it was a waste of time and money. Please share your thoughts. “Great Teams Are About Personalities, Not Just Skills.” Harvard Business Review. N. p., 2017. … Continue readingGreat Teams Are About Personalities, Not Just Skills
To break the vicious lack-of-time cycle, a Leader needs the right person to delegate to and a willingness to invest the time it will take to train that person to perform a given task. Do you have a system to find the best person, the … Continue readingThe Delegation Cycle
What will happen if you improve your communication skills by 5 or 10 percent? How will you life be better when you master the Art of Communication? Watch this video when you have two minutes Make Your Life Easier