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What if Every Encounter Is a Learning Experience?

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015

What if Every Encounter Is a Learning Experience?

Why do so many training programs underachieve despite the efforts to upgrade facilities, manpower, delivery methods? In part one of our series, we unravel the secret sauce of a learning company. And show you which elements will promote continuous learning in the workplace. So be the learning & leading company - you can have your cake and eat it, too.

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Score Your Mission With The Art of War Strategies

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014

Score Your Mission With The Art of War Strategies

SunTzu's Art of War documents strategies and tactics to create opportunities or maneuver under ever-shifting conditions. As a leader, how can you use it in your program planning and developments to achieve advantages? Edwin elaborates mission critical insights that you can apply to three common situations.

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As Our World Changes, So Must Our View of Leadership

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014

As Our World Changes, So Must Our View of Leadership

Challenges and threats to our economic, social, and environmental well-being require us to rethink how we lead businesses, governments, and communities. Andrea underlines the opportunities for our leadership paradigm to evolve into a shared leadership approach that taps into the human potential, intellectual diversity, and shared purpose.

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Take Aim for Successful Change

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014

Take Aim for Successful Change

How do you anchor the upcoming change initiatives on your mission statement, to increase their relevance and expand your access to resources? Allison guides you to AIM (Align-Incubate-Measure) for both the heart and the mind as you plan the change activities that would realize your mission.

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An Essential Partnership – Formal & Informal Leaders

Posted by on Aug 27, 2014

An Essential Partnership – Formal & Informal Leaders

As formal leaders you have the authority, as informal leaders they have the influence. You are on the org-charts, they are behind the scenes. Their hidden talents are vital to linking people with progress. Steve shares how you identify where and who they are, and how you can build a partnership for success - the organization's and your project's.

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Engagement: A Top-down Approach

Posted by on Mar 25, 2014

Engagement: A Top-down Approach

Engagement has been debated within companies for the past decade. What contributes to disengagement? How is engagement different to motivation? Karen shares why building an engaged workforce is the leader's responsibility, and what leaders can do to build and sustain engagement among workers.

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Warming Up to Motivation During Change

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014

Warming Up to Motivation During Change

We are all capable of going a little faster, higher, stronger, better. But what are the facets that influence our motivation to achieve more? Allison contrasts the traditional understanding of motivation with new research on neurosciences. Move beyond "Just do it", adopt these steps that would impact the social factors to increase motivation for your team.

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Leaders, We are a Critical and Guiding Source of Motivation

Posted by on Mar 5, 2014

Leaders, We are a Critical and Guiding Source of Motivation

As a leader, how can you effectively motivate your members to arrive at difficult destinations and attain unimaginable heights? Don't rely on administrative tools behind a desk. Steve underlines key techniques to engage, focus and value those entrusted to your leadership – seize the opportunity to let them know you are with them!

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Three Questions to Assess Your Change Readiness

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013

Three Questions to Assess Your Change Readiness

Situational awareness is knowing what goes on around you and responding accordingly. How do you increase such readiness to lead change in your team and organization? These 3 questions help you face opportunities and challenges of change. Read on for more ideas to build situational awareness!

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How to Handle Bewitching Temptations During Organizational Change

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013

How to Handle Bewitching Temptations During Organizational Change

During organizational change, you can expect to meet many who hold strong views and who seem uninterested in anything but a monologue. How do we engage them in a dialogue? Here are 4 ways you can get yourself prepared to handle them.

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