Good Leaders versus Great Leaders In life, we try to strive and achieve better things. We don’t usually settle for things that are already in front of us; we look for things ahead of us. Our world keeps on growing; inventions continue to spring up … Continue readingGreat Leaders Versus Good Leaders
Grasp the essence of who you are as a manager. Essence: the intrinsic nature or indispensable quality of something, especially something abstract, that determines its character. How much stronger of a Leader you would be if you truly understood and lived your essence. To live … Continue readingEssence of a Leader
According to many sources, a bad boss is one of the top ten reason why employees quit their job. What if you could help reduce the cost of turnover by being a Leader. By gaining “Mastery of Leadership.” The boss often spends more time with … Continue readingLeadership Skills: How to Slash Labor Cost
Simple definition of Inertia: What moves, moves What stands still, stands still As a Leader what are you doing? Are you learning new skills and techniques or thinking you don’t need to learn more. Are you growing your knowledge or standing still thinking you already … Continue readingInerita
In September 2005, Jon M. Huntsman, Sr. traveled to China. He was at a business school in Shanghai to speak about his recently published book, Winners Never Cheat, but in an off-the-cuff detour that fascinated his audience, he ended up talking about funerals. “I have attended … Continue readingJon M. Huntsman, Sr. * Lessons from a Compassionate Leader
War brings the kind of duress that can force even old-style militaries to change. Ukraine has faced just that situation as it continues to battle Russia in the Crimea and elsewhere. In the corporate world, businesses also can find themselves in a competitive war. CEOs … Continue readingWhat Leadership Lessons Can Business Learn from Ukraine’s War?
John F Kennedy and The Space Shuttle Discovery …and Beyond!
Research conducted by Juliana Schroeder, assistant professor of management of organizations at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, and her colleagues. In Schroeder’s study of almost 300 people, participants were asked to watch, listen, and read arguments about subjects they agreed or disagreed with, including … Continue readingDeliver a Better Message
Can Opening Restaurants Rescue the Grocery Industry? Clipped from: http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/can-restaurants-rescue-grocery-industry/ Numerous studies in the last few years indicate that Americans don’t want to cook much anymore. Busy lifestyles and an abundance of economical dining options — from fast-casual chains and cheap takeout to online … Continue readingHow Can You Make Money – Think Out of the Box
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