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1). Leadership in Network Marketing  By : Sanjay Johari
Everyone has the potential to be a leader and live on his own terms. Network marketing provides the right atmosphere to bring out the leadership qualities.

2). Five Essential Principles to Improve Your Leadership Skills  By : Abbas Abedi
Without these points covered you can’t be a good leader. So read this article carefully.

3). Being the Leader in Your Own Life  By : Janette Marie Freeman
Were you trained as a child, to be a follower or a leader? Many of us were trained to surrender our power early in life. In usually subtle ways we were taught to live by the rules imposed on us by parents, society, religious leadership and educational training, and taught to be followers- not leaders. Do you recognize a few of these rules?

4). Success Means Making a Significant Contribution  By : Liane Bate
In our businesses we must do the same if we wish to achieve success. By this I mean making a significant contribution of value, going above and beyond the call of duty, and thinking beyond the monetary rewards at the end.

5). Lead the Field to Guarantee your Success; Tips to become a good Leader  By : Daegan Smith
Being a good leader is more than just being able to manage your employees or having better skills than your subordinates. Oftentimes leaders arenít very skillful or very smart, but they earn respect from their underlings and therefore earn their cooperation. Being a good leader entails responsibility and willingness, not just skill and intelligence.

6). No One is Born a Leader  By : Daegan Smith
There is a saying that goes, leaders are not born, they are made. This line is very true as it was in the olden times and is still applicable today. Before a King turns over the throne to the prince, the young man is trained in various subjects.

7). How to Easily Unlock Your Leadership Genius  By : Daegan Smith
In psychology, a famous doctor said the mind is like an iceberg with only a tip visible above the water and the larger part is submerged. Studies show that humans only use 10% of the brain in doing the various tasks everyday. The other 90% is just kept in storage.

8). Execution or Exit  By : Graeme Nichol
Execution leads to results. Planning is a step in the right direction but execution is what counts

9). Credibility: Hard to Achieve - Easy to Lose!  By : Graeme Nichol
We live and die by our reputations, hold onto what you have

10). Employee Recognition Awards Create Progress  By : John Morris
In difficult situations, when companies are in crisis and can only be saved by major effort, group morale often rises to far higher levels than before...

11). Six Sigma Training – An Overview  By : Tony Jacowski
Six Sigma Training – A step-by-step guide to choosing the right provider for you!

12). Six Sigma Software Tools  By : Tony Jacowski
What you will need to get the Six Sigma ball rolling!

13). 7 Critical Steps to Formulating Your Annual Strategic Business Plan  By : Graeme Nichol
Having a plan to execute leads to success. Failing to plan is planning to fail

14). Team Building - A Common Goal  By : Cathy Warschaw
Learn how to build and strengthen your team.

15). Use This Simple Time Tested Process And Move Your Business Forward In 2006!  By : Michael Ochoa
Believe it or not, most businesses or careers never move forward because there is a failure to plan and execute. Shouting out orders to others does not insure a business will succeed nor does it mean a manager will progress. Setting goals that are well thought out, getting others involved that need to make them happen, measuring and adjusting them frequently through the process is the surest bet of making 2006 one of the best years your company or your career will have.

16). 10 Ways To Stimulate Employee Motivation  By : John Morris
Today’s fast-moving business environment demands that the effective manager be both a well-organized administrator and highly adept in understanding people’s basic needs and behaviour in the workplace...

17). How to Lead People  By : Daegan Smith
The world today is running at such a fast-pace that those who cannot cope will surely be left behind. And the best way for people to cope is to strive to possess this most important ability that is to lead. Leadership, in common usage, generally refers to the capacity to lead others or simply put, the activity of leading. But in truth, many people who are in leadership positions struggle with understanding what it is really that makes a great leader. Several studies suggest that there are certain qualities that people tend to associate with leadership. These qualities define the leaders among us. Broadly, there are five key attributes and these are focus, authenticity, courage, empathy, and timing. And these five key characteristics of a leader apply across all settings. An effective leader keeps focused on the results he wish to achieve. He provides this “outcome focus” by always accentuating the mission, vision, values and goals of the group. He also builds the group’s capacity to reach these strategic goals by emphasizing the need to be flexible, resourceful and innovative.

18). Success Leaves Clues  By : Saleem Rana
In my study of people who have a knack for success, who seem to make the accurate choice at the best time, and who appear to constantly be in the right place at the right time, I noticed some essential success principles that they all use. I outline them here for you.

19). Build Bridges Not Walls - Employee Recognition  By : John Morris
Regular, one-on-one assessments with your staff provide an efficient two-way forum with which to set and review realistic achievement targets, provide feedback on performance, and listen to and consider any problems employees may have...

20). Mastering the Difference Between Leadership and Management  By : Dave Saunders
It is a common belief that management and leadership are the same role. While it is common that a manager also plays the part of the leader, these two roles are truly separate in function and in the way they add to the success of an orginization. By understanding the difference between management and leadership you will become more effective in helping others see the road ahead.

21). Run the Business / Change the Business – Dual Perspective Proves Key to Success  By : Dutch Holland
Change Management is a lot like heart surgery – the surgeon must keep the patient alive while the surgery is under way. Likewise, change managers must maintain the business at the very time they are engaged in changing that business. Many initiatives fail to appreciate the need for this dual perspective – at their peril!

22). Are Managers really there to Solve Problems ?  By : Graeme Nichol
Managers who think they are there to solve problems are living in the wrong century

23). Why Leaders Always Follow Their Instincts  By : Daegan Smith
What separates a rich person from an ordinary person? The answer to that question is attitude. If one believes that the individual is capable of succeeding, it will happen. All it takes is some hard work and patience for everything to fall into place for that dream to become a reality.

24). Creating a Vision That Achieves Results  By : Graeme Nichol
Build a vision that will have the support of your team as well as your customers and build a successful business

25). What is a Shared Vision?  By : Graeme Nichol
Having a vison others buy into leads to success



 


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