Leadership Skills (10ofX) - Approach Constructiveness


07 Mar
2012

What is action approach constructiveness? And is it possible a common model that helps us in the countless practical variations to be used?

Let us disregard the mistakes done by the CEO when setting the goal and focus on the approach constructiveness, executed by the manager:
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The manager assumed his idea of list elements is good enough.

S/he instantly rushed into action, without exploring any alternatives.

The manager repeated his/her mistakes on the second and on the third day.

Unfortunately, the above described example "first act, later think" is not an isolated managerial practice.
 

Leadership Skills (10ofX) - Approach Constructiveness


The Business Leader and the Key Decision


13 Jan
2012

Every business leader is required to make important decisions regarding long-term development leader, manager, key decisionof her/his company / department.  The business leader must thoroughly investigate the important decision from all possible sides before he applies it on the company / department.  Please below find four actions facilitating better decisions:

The Business Leader and the Key Decision


Does the Boss Matter?


05 Jan
2012

To be good business leaders, managers means to continually enhance the subordinates’ performance by watching their backs:  providing a safe working environment for the employees to act, learn, and take calculated risks;  protect them from unnecessary distractions and any external idiocy of any stripe;  and creating hundreds of small scenarios to help them achieve one small success after another (regardless of the size of the success it has a huge positive impact on people’s motivation) and feel dignity and pride along the way.

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Does the Boss Matter?


Generating Ideas - Approaches, Techniques and Talents


14 Dec
2011

A key factor in the effectiveness of the techniques is the selection of people who will use them and the overall group skills.  test, logical thinking, analogies, leaderGenerators of good ideas are a rare kind of people.  These people know how relatively accurately to predict what will happen in the future H if we start today activities A + B + C. When you encounter such a talent, please take care to enter it in the "green" notebook – the one with a list of people who have the potential to help your success.

Generating Ideas - Approaches, Techniques and Talents


Test 10. The Business Leader and the Need for Approval


27 Nov
2011

The desire to obtain approval affects our decisions and actions.

The excessive need for approval leads to decisions and actions pleasing the people, whose approval we seek at the cost of the “right” decisions and actions.

Low need for approval leads to self-isolation and loneliness.

D. Marlowe and D. Crown’s test allows evaluating our desire to get approval on our actions and words from the people surrounding us.

Test 10. The Business Leader and the Need for Approval


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