Learning

How to Think Like a Leader…According to Aristotle

Posted by on Feb 28, 2010

Is individual leadership born or bred? Aristotle advocated the latter! Not convinced? Check out these 7 explicit skills that can be taught for leadership development.

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Learning and good judgment: is there a relationship? You bet there is.

Posted by on Jan 31, 2010

Just what is the relationship between learning and good judgement? In short, you learn knowledge useful to make a judgement call. Find out the 4 areas of knowledge and where you can obtain such awareness!

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People Never Care How Much You Know Until They Know How Much You Care.

Posted by on Jan 18, 2010

Organizational change management is part art, part science, and executed one person at a time. Read this story impacted by Maxwell's quote. What matters most is to show you care!

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“To Get What You Want Don’t Go With Your Gut.” Wait…What?!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2009

What do you do when an unsettling event occurs? Your immediate response often determines the (adverse) outcome. Try this different approach of responding to a desired outcome!

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Boost Performance By Doing Good

Posted by on Sep 25, 2009

How can you motivate your top talent to spur growth and renewal? Research by Sylvia Ann Hewitt, economist and member of the World Economic Forum Council, suggest - Altruism. Read examples of how corporate programs make good business and give back to their communities!

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What’s Behind Your Successful Organizational Change Efforts: Your Customers’ Needs or Your Smarty Pants Insights?

Posted by on Jul 15, 2001

A system enhancement, regulatory requirement, M&A are often the obvious faces of organizational change. Yet the root cause of most successful organizational change is: Customer needs. Ask these 3 questions to ensure that your customers’ wants and needs are driving the root of your great ideas.

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