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Monthly Archives: November 2011
by Michael Lee Stallard For the second year in a row, 84 percent of American workers intend to actively look for a new job. This according to a recent survey by Right Management. Last year, The Conference Board published a … Continue reading
By Chic Thompson A creative leader is part alchemist, part diplomat. They are always looking for imaginative ways to influence people to achieve their vision and harness their organization’s creative energy. At the heart of creative leadership is the ability … Continue reading
“With typical candor and color, Jack Welch said, ‘We always had one hell-of-ah gossip session after every meeting.’ I’ve heard of the meeting before the meeting to organize and plan outcomes. But I’d never heard of the meeting after the … Continue reading
by Holly Green A common myth in the business world says that innovation can only be accomplished by a few naturally talented individuals. Not so! In most organizations, innovation is a team effort. The trick is teaching people how to think … Continue reading
by Sharon Melnick You know not to think the obvious kinds of negative thoughts. Thoughts like “I am not as smart as my counterparts” or “I can’t…” Those are easily identified as thoughts to remove from your mental diet. Here … Continue reading
By Tom “TK” Kuegler I have had the pleasure of speaking to thousands of high school and college students about entrepreneurship. I make a point of going into classrooms and back to schools so I can share some of my … Continue reading
“What do Velcro, barbed wire, and chain saws have in common? They were all patterned after structures found in nature.” Writes Holly G. Green, for Innovation Excellence. Green explains how these innovations came about through our brain’s ability to form patterns. … Continue reading
Change for the better and sticking to it Mentoring future leaders and strategic alignment Successful people have an intense need for self-determination. They believe they do what they do because they choose to do it – not because they have to do it! … Continue reading
You have a great idea or project but you need to get support from your boss or the engineering department. Many people think the way to do this is by honing their effective communication skills. Problem is they focus on the mechanics of … Continue reading