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Human Social Networking: Necessity or Choice?

Human Social Networking: Necessity or Choice?

Avra Lyraki May 8, 2014 0

People who know us we know them, widely constitute our social network. So when we refer to human social networking, we literally mean: "Knowing the right person in the right place".

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Leadership Presence

Leadership Presence

Ellen Kandell May 9, 2013 0

The concept of presence could be described as knowing consciousness. Presence refers to the mental, emotional and spiritual resources which are required to witness ourselves in interaction with others.

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To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

Agnes Mura July 9, 2012 0

Perhaps the dynamics exhibited by organizations) don’t match very well with the mechanistic world of the pendulum. Rather, the world is more likely to resemble a fire.

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The Silent Self-Doubt of Powerful Performers

The Silent Self-Doubt of Powerful Performers

Val Williams June 27, 2012 0

I meet a surprising number of highly successful VPs and C-suite executives who do experience concerns about their confidence in specific areas. Rarely do we stop to consider that business changes so much these

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A Pivotal Executive Coaching Experience

A Pivotal Executive Coaching Experience

Suzanne Weinstein January 24, 2012 0

The executive was frustrated, important initiatives were being stalemated, the department’s individual leaders were anon--‐cohesive group and communication had broken down

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Positivity (Happiness) in the Workplace and Organizational Change

Positivity (Happiness) in the Workplace and Organizational Change

Kevin Weitz January 17, 2012 0

My experience with positive work environments suggests that these were always was due to a specific manager or leader, who despite the milieu, created energy, positivity and happiness in his or her scope of

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Impeccable Doesn’t Mean Perfect

Impeccable Doesn’t Mean Perfect

Steve Dorfman January 11, 2012 0

Think of impeccability as an expression of the highest levels of propriety. To achieve it, determine a non-negotiable standard for what you consider to be respectable behavior, adhere to it, and commit to never

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How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

Maynard Brusman January 10, 2012 1

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast,

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Discover Your Talents and Strengths: Strategies for Self-Leadership

Discover Your Talents and Strengths: Strategies for Self-Leadership

Maynard Brusman January 5, 2012 0

We have become experts in our own weaknesses and spend our lives trying to repair our flaws, while our strengths lie dormant and neglected. The research, however, is clear: we grow and develop by

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Everything Wonderful is a Surprise

Everything Wonderful is a Surprise

Charles Smith December 22, 2011 0

If most of my planning had made no difference, what did make a difference? Was most of the world’s strategy and planning really bunk, no more than a way of suppressing anxiety about the

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