Pop culture is littered with bosses who are fun to watch but who’d be hell to work for. If you want to be a positive, effective leader, you’ll want to steer clear of the following four traits at all costs
Trust is important in any relationship, be it at work or elsewhere. I believe that everyone wants to do a good job and allowing people to spend time with their kids at soccer practice or to help a family member with a medical appointment is essential in balancing the ‘always on, always mobile’ expectation we have on our people. And looking after one’s health should always be a priority.
A low market growth rate coupled with a low market share rate is what? It’s a Dog - and, what do we do with Dogs? We shoot them, right?
Increasingly, the answers to these questions lie in the less analytical aspects of strategy. It is about hiring/retaining the right people, improving organizational communications, and finding innovative new ways to compete.
The more you step out into the spotlight, whether literally or figuratively, the more attention and feedback you’re going to get, and not all of it will be positive.
Effective listening requires that we relate in the world view of the other person rather than trying to pull that person into our world.
Are you feeling overwhelm and are getting nowhere? Or do you feel like you are having too much time and are feeling bored because you don’t accomplish much in life? In this article, you will discover the 10 time-management mistakes most people fall into.
Consumer behavior has changed dramatically. We now have more interests than ever due to mobile and the social Web, and you can be engaged and exposed to your areas of interest whenever you want, and to whatever depth. It’s virtually impossible to keep up with the sheer volume of content being produced around every topic imaginable. People are spending on average five hours a day consuming content.
A very important base for power is charismatic power. People want to do things for you simply because you have a bearing that exudes charisma, confidence and magnetism. Can this be learned? The exciting fact is that it can. With a knowledge of what it is and how it’s projected, we can work on it to become more charismatic, and in that way, get more out the people we interact with.
Stage fright is not just something that happens to amateurs. It’s an overwhelming nervousness that can, and does, afflict everyone: from professional singers to professional athletes, from movie stars to speakers and presenters to Broadway big names.
Only you can determine how you want your life to unfold. You can’t control every aspect of your life, but you can create a long-term vision and develop steps to achieve that vision.