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Tips for first-time corporate speakers

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Credit: iStockphoto You've been asked to speak at an upcoming business meeting and have learned that some important people will be in the audience. The
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Nice article!

 

Starting with attention grabbers, channeling your energy,  practicing, and injecting passion in your presentation -- all excellent tips!

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Leadership Listening Skills

Leadership Listening Skills | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
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Do you listen in such a way that others enjoy speaking with you?  For some of us we can't wait to jump in and give advice.  Listening is a skill that I work on daily. 

 

I do my best not to be like the 18 second leader who interrupts after listening for 18 seconds.  What do you do to build this skill?  Would love to hear from you!

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 30, 2013 8:38 AM

Be mindful and present.

Garth Sanginiti's curator insight, December 30, 2013 1:13 PM

Simple...powerful...true!

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Tony Robbins Reveals The Top 5 Leadership Blind Spots That Cripple Business Success

Tony Robbins Reveals The Top 5 Leadership Blind Spots That Cripple Business Success | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Tony Robbins Reveals The Top 5 Leadership Blind Spots That Cripple Business ...

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John Michel's curator insight, December 21, 2013 9:34 AM

This crucial ability – knowing how to do right thing at the right time — is what establishes you as a real player. Smart business leaders have thought long and hard about what business they are really in— and what’s more, have both the psychological preparedness and the creative vision to know what business they need to become if they want to stick around – and flourish — in today’s volatile times.

Don Cloud's curator insight, December 21, 2013 7:52 PM

Seeing adversity as the forge of growth ... problems as opportunities to excel ... and purpose and people to bring it together and change the world.

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Leadership

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Leadership is an inside out job.  First you have to coach and inspire yourself to be your authentic best self.  It is not a part-time job...it is a 24/7 job.

 

The payoff is big, because when we do this we inspire others to do the same.

 

 

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The 7 Characteristics That Set Great Leaders Apart

The 7 Characteristics That Set Great Leaders Apart | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Editor's note: TLNT is continuing an annual tradition by counting down the most popular posts of the year. This is No. 32. Our regular content will return in January.
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Hacking Leadership Sample Chapter

Hacking Leadership Sample Chapter | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
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For those of you at my lastest session where I talked about blind spots ...this is one of the books that I suggested you read.  Here is a free chapter.

 

Make it a great day!!!

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The Best Way for New Leaders to Build Trust

The Best Way for New Leaders to Build Trust | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it

Many leaders see their role as directing and giving information, rather than gathering.  There is pressure to “come up with the answer” quickly or risk looking weak.  Too many new leaders believe they’re expected to know the answer without input or guidance. Nothing could be further from the truth.


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Thank you for sharing this article!

 

Building trust through involvement, collaboration, and asking their team ...what do you think we should do?  How do you believe this solution will solve the issue?  What factors did you consider to come to this conclusion?

 

What are your thoughts?

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Don Cloud's curator insight, December 17, 2013 5:39 AM

There is no leadership without trust -- and building trust is the #1 priority for all great leaders.

Jeffrey Ross's curator insight, December 20, 2013 10:36 AM

Building TRUST is the true cornerstone to building a successful business.  Internally, we need to be able to trust one another, so that our customers will trust us.

Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 9, 2014 9:20 AM

Trust is HUGE for leading todays workforce. Simply take an interest in your people... reach out them and LISTEN. Put your ego and prejudice away. Author gives 3 great questions to ask :“If you were put into my role tomorrow, what would be the first three things you’d do and why?”  Or: “What are the three biggest barriers to our success, and what are our three biggest opportunities we have?” 

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What are Values?

What are Values? | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
What are values? Beliefs, ideas, principles that we regard as important. Discover your functional, core and organisational values with The Leader's Voice.
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This article really hit home for me today!

 

I really liked the how the author defined values:

Values are what we hold important when making decisions or taking action. 

 

As a leader once you take the time to hire talented and passionate people who fit your culture, identifying values will help guide your leaders to stay on course.  To me living the values, believing in the values, and ensuring that we as leaders as well as our teams are staying on course with how decisions are made.

 

Values then become an inside out job, and become simply how we do things around here.

 

What are your thoughts?

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 14, 2013 11:43 AM

Values are the glue that holds people together.

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Think about it....

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My daughter reminded me of this lesson this evening.

 

 

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Lessons in Leadership and Life from Nelson Mandela | Tolero Solutions

Lessons in Leadership and Life from Nelson Mandela | Tolero Solutions | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
How was Nelson Mandela able to lead and influence so many people? And how can you learn those leadership lessons to inspire people to do great things?

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Patricia D. Sadar - Leadership Strength Coach's insight:

Thank you Don!

 

This quote reminds me of Good to Great saying about Great Leaders.

 

When there is recognition:  Great Leaders look out the window at their team to give the credit away

 

When there is a mistake:  Great Leaders look in the mirror at themselves

 

Make it a great day!

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Scott Span, MSOD's curator insight, December 6, 2013 3:44 PM

-What makes a great leader?
-What can we learn from Nelson Mandela's leadership?
-Are you inspiring those you lead?

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5 Leadership Lessons from Nelson Mandela


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Marc Rougier's curator insight, December 7, 2013 12:40 PM

This is a break from professional presentations. A tribute to a man of exceptional fate. No other leaders in today's world matches Nelson Mandela's vision, courage, determination and wisdom. RIP Madiba.

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"This is a break from professional presentations. A tribute to a man of exceptional fate. No other leaders in today's world matches Nelson Mandela's vision, courage, determination and wisdom. RIP Madiba."

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Part 1 of 4 - Top derailers for even the best leaders!

Part 1 of 4 - Top derailers for even the best leaders! | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
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 In all of the derailers that I will review in this 4 part posting....we as leaders have forgotten the goal, and the situation has become all about me! 

 

Today we will explore one of my favorite derailers....Assumptions. 

 

When something goes wrong, and it sometimes will -- we begin to ask questions like...

-Why did they do that....

-I thought they were going to do ...

- I assumed that you would ....

-Who didn't do their job...

-Why don't they ever...

- They threw me under the bus...

-They did ___ on purpose, because they wanted to....

 

In the above examples our energy and focus was directed on placing blame/ or making assumptions as to the intent of another person's actions, words, or behaviors.  .

 

 I suggest that we should be curious and genuinely seek to understand without assuming another person's intentions. 

 

You will find that you will build trust/credibility while lowering your stress level. 

 

Would love to hear from you....Make it a great day!

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Free Online Grammar Check, Plagiarism, Spelling, and More

Free Online Grammar Check, Plagiarism, Spelling, and More | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Grammar, Plagiarism, and Spelling Check; Free Online Proofreading; No Downloads...Allows you to find those pesky mistakes and correct them before your teacher does...

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Even if English is your first language, this tool is an excellent way to double check content before pressing send!

 

Thank you for sharing this tool! 

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MFaculty's curator insight, December 24, 2013 11:02 PM

I just 'test drove' this online application - it was very fast and accurately caught my spelling errors. As a basic tool for students, I think it is, or will be, one that they can use before they turn to the writing tutors. I don't advocate trying to replace professional writing tutors with this (or any other) online tool, but it would certainly reduce the number of common errors made in student writings.

 

Since it is a free service, I would recommend educators consider giving it a test drive in their writing courses to determine whether or not any value is added in doing so. While there are plenty of word processing tools avialble for students to use in order to hone in on their writing, this one is free and seems to adequately, and quickly, perform the basics.

 

Not really an endorsement, as much as a recommendation for other to consider testing for themselves.

ella88's curator insight, January 29, 2014 5:09 PM

Many studies have addressed the issue of identifying the different dimensions of culture. In the presentations concerning culture by Madlin Reck and Anne Tornow the ways in which national culture may influence management processes, including Hofstede’s dimensions of culture have been discussed extensively (Luthans & Doh, 2012).

Darlene Stark's curator insight, May 13, 2014 9:39 AM

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Afghanistan and the Taliban: Before, After and Now

The Kite Runner was set in the years 1975-2001. Everything during these years went from being peaceful, to bad, to even worse. The Taliban during these fateful years have taken control of Afghanistan and its government. They were thought of as heroes to the people of their once peaceful country, but their way of controlling their government is sadistic. In the present, they are even involved in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

During 1975, Afghanistan was a quiet place to live. There were economic hardships, but the residents of this pleasant country got through it. Kabul is the capital city of Afghanistan. It had the most economy problems in the country. Most of them were poverty difficulties. The president of this country at the time was Daoud Khan. Then, when winter came along, resistance towards communists began. Amir from The Kite Runner even knew of these communist attempts to rule his country. “Huddled together in the dining room and waiting for the sun to rise, none of us had any notion that a way of life had ended.” (Hosseini 36). The Afghan Islamist part of the resistance was favored by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the United States instead of the Afghan traditionalist and royalist parts. The uprising has just begun for the communist takeover in Afghanistan.

In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Even Amir from The Kite Runner even knew about this before it all happened. “And then in December 1979, when Russian tanks would roll into the very same streets where Hassan and I played, bringing the death of the Afghanistan I knew”(Hosseini 36) The Taliban during this time were thought of as refugees and were part of a resistance movement to expel the Russian troops from their country. The United States and Pakistan provided financial and military support so the Afghans could win against the Soviet soldiers. Despite the fact that there were civilians in Kabul, the Afghans did not care and used missiles, provided by the United States, to drop on the city resulting in civilian casualties and killed Soviet troops. In 1989, Ahmed Shah Massoud, took over Kabul as new leader. They ended up overthrowing President Sayid Mohammed Najibullah, who headed the Afghan government. In 1994, the Taliban were more powerful because Pakistan favored them and did everything in their power to support them. “Pakistan support for the Taliban is based on strong religious and ethnic bonds between the Taliban and Pakistan” (Amghar, Web 6). The militants of the Taliban are Sunni Muslim Pashtuns. They are thirteen percent of Pakistan’s population. They are basically most of the Taliban in general.

In 1996, Osama Bin Laden moved from Sudan to Afghanistan and met with Mullah Mohammed Omar, the Taliban’s leader. “Bin Laden was involved in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998” (Amghar, Web 6). On September 11th, 2001, Bin laden prompted the bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. This resulted in the United States asking the Taliban to immediately hand over Bin Laden. General Pervez Musharraf, president of Pakistan, told the U.S. that he would support the capturing of Bin Laden. Instead, they couldn’t take down Bin Laden and Al Qaeda because of the ethnic and religious ties with the Taliban. Basically, Pakistan let the Taliban do what like to the people in there cites by robbing them and raping women. “The Taliban were exceedingly ignorant, which made them cruel” (Arbabzadah, Web 1). The Taliban used to be heroes to the people of the country, but now they are just plain evil. In The Kite Runner, Amir’s friend Farid said the Taliban would look for any excuse for violence. Amir bought a fake beard because it is considered a sin to shave and that all men should have beards. He saw Kabul during this time and was unfamiliar with it as it is not how it used to be when he was a kid. Afghanistan is just plagued by the Taliban with no hope for escape.

 

 In conclusion, the Taliban before, after, and now are a deadly force to reckon with. I have to say that religion has a strong connection with them as they think of most things as sins. Amir from The Kite Runner depicts Afghanistan as a peaceful state. Now, he thinks of it as a wasteland that is ruled by a stubborn government with a false sense of religion. In my opinion, as much as I hate the Taliban, they must be removed from Afghanistan and Pakistan because they can cause a lot of trouble for those countries and can stir up many civil wars within those countries.

 

 

Works Cited

Amghar, Adderrahim. "Home." The Resurgence of the Taliban in Pakistan. Nazareth College, 2014. Web. 01 May 2014.

Arbabzadah, Nushin. "The 1980s Mujahideen, the Taliban and the Shifting Idea of Jihad." Theguardian.com. Guardian News and Media, 28 Apr. 2011. Web. 01 May 2014.

Bai, Laxmi. "Security Research Review." : Volume 1(3) Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Afghanistan. Bharat-Rakshak, 2005. Web. 01 May 2014.

Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York: Riverhead, 2003.

 

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Success is never owned; it is only rented – and the rent is due every day | Zig Ziglar

Success is never owned; it is only rented – and the rent is due every day | Zig Ziglar | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it

People who are successful embrace the idea that the rent is due every day. They welcome the challenge. They remain humble, knowing that whatever they did yesterday isn’t enough to last them forever, and they remain hungry, knowing that whatever they’ve accomplished in their past shouldn’t restrict them to what new heights they can achieve in their future.


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Patricia D. Sadar - Leadership Strength Coach's insight:

Nice article!  I particularly like the concept that rent is due every day.  We as leaders need to work at it daily to keep ourselves at our best if we want to inspire our teams to do the same.

 

What are you doing that you could share with us to keep your leadership strong?

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 30, 2013 8:30 AM

We need to show up and prove ourselve each day.

Vilma Bonilla's curator insight, January 1, 2014 11:29 AM

Successful people really are students of the game. Life long learning and perseverance are winning combinations.. ~ V.B.

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Ted’s Top 10 Posts of 2013 | Switch and Shift

Ted’s Top 10 Posts of 2013 | Switch and Shift | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
THANK YOU! for sharing the posts below. In descending are my top posts of 2013, as determined by your social sharing. Hmm. I wonder what else I have to say on good karma in social media…

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John Michel's curator insight, December 26, 2013 10:43 AM

You cannot go wrong with any of these amazing posts by my friend Ted Coine. If you want to elevate your leadership level, check these out! 

Don Cloud's curator insight, December 26, 2013 12:29 PM

10 articles chocked full of leadership lesson goodness as we launch out into 2014!

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Conflict Strategies for Nice People - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

Conflict Strategies for Nice People
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The secret of having healthy conflict and maintaining your self-image as a nice person is all in the mindset and the delivery. To start shifting your mindset, ...

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Thank you Don for sharing!

 

The goal with positive conflict is to practice dialogue.  With dialogue you are comfortable sharing your views -- yet open to listening to other and perhaps better ideas or different points of view. 

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Don Cloud's curator insight, December 26, 2013 12:37 PM

Useful tips to promoting healthy, respectful, and productive conflict to set teams and organizations up for success.

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Paul Walker Was An Everyday Hero (VIDEO) - Carhoots

Paul Walker Was An Everyday Hero (VIDEO) - Carhoots | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
As we mourn Fast & Furious Star Paul Walker's death, some amazing stories have come out about his generosity and kind soul. 
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What a touching story about Paul Walker. 

 

Being so generous with giving that your goal is to do something for someone without needing for someone to know what you did, and without expecting or wanting a thank you. 

 

That is an everyday hero who I aspire to be more like.

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23 Leadership Tips From Oprah Winfrey

23 Leadership Tips From Oprah Winfrey | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
23 insightful missives of interest to aspiring entrepreneurs. Oprah’s thoughts are group into four general categories: Fear, Failure, Success and Humility
Patricia D. Sadar - Leadership Strength Coach's insight:

Great insight from Oprah on leadeship.

 

I love her philosophy on realizing that the thing that we fear doesn't have power...it is when we give energy to fear. 

 

That is why we constantly have to act in spite of fear -- that is how we continue to grow!

 

Thank you Oprah!!!

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Eight Top Issues for CFOs in 2014 - CFO

Eight Top Issues for CFOs in 2014 - CFO | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
With elevated status following the financial crisis, CFOs are more primed to set and drive strategic direction next year, says Accenture's Don Schulman.
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Excellent article for all Excecutives!

 

2014 brings with it even more compliance demands, customer expectations, marketing strategies, technological integrations, and talent challenge -- true leaders are the key to success.

 

Also, If you want to drive innovation -- Intrapreneurship is the word!

 

Would love to hear from you!

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11 Simple Concepts to Become a Better Leader

11 Simple Concepts to Become a Better Leader | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Being likeable will help you in your job, business, relationships, and life. I interviewed dozens of successful business leaders in my last book, Likeable Business, to determine what made them so

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Patricia D. Sadar - Leadership Strength Coach's insight:

Thank you Ivon for sharing this article!

 

I particularly agree with listeing being one of the building blocks that creates the solid leadership foundation.

 

My view:  Listening is the skill that is required more and more as you move up the leadership ladder.  You have to listen more than you speak. 

 

When you talk you are simply repeating what you already know.  Effective leaders know that listening is the key to learning.

 

Make it a great day....What our your thoughts?

 

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FRANK FEATHER ~ Business Futurist's curator insight, December 30, 2013 7:26 PM

Be a Better Leader: 11 Simple Concepts

Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, December 30, 2013 11:54 PM

The core value of a transleader.

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, December 31, 2013 1:42 PM

Great structure.  Simple in nature but hard to execute in a genuine way every time.  Worth looking to by all leaders.

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Lateral Thinking - Let the Fool in

Lateral Thinking - Let the Fool in | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
In considering the idea that a mixed group of people provide creative diversity, and therefore, potentially, power I was reminded of Napoleon Hill's 'Mastermind Group' - the similarity of this idea is striking ...
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What an incredible posting...thank you so much for sharing!

 

I particularly agree with the quote: "In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few." - Shunryu Suzuki

 

I will certainly be reading this book, and agree that while experience is wonderful -- at times our vantage point or lens is blocked.  Ensuring that you have different angles, levels, including those who are fresh to the company is absolutely necessary.

 

Jack Welch always insisted on involving ideas from fresh eyes, so that the organization would stay innovative and ahead of the curve.

 

Bravo Simon for writing the article, and sharing your pearls of wisdom with us!

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20 Positive Ways to Confront Poor Performance

20 Positive Ways to Confront Poor Performance | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Lousy leaders whine about mediocrity but can’t or won’t have tough conversations. Excellence is a function of confronting performance issues. Call people to rise up or they will leave or lay down. ...

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Having the courage to confront performance opportunities is an important part of being a leader.  It is easy to be a leader when things are going well, and it is smooth sailing.

 

True leaders are like hot tea bags...when the water is hot they get stronger.

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John Michel's curator insight, December 7, 2013 10:57 AM

Lousy leaders whine about mediocrity but can’t or won’t have tough conversations. Excellence is a function of confronting performance issues.

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Why Simplicity Is So Complex

Why Simplicity Is So Complex | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
The key to solving complex problems may be to simplify as much as possible and approach them with a beginner's mind.

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Use the Slow is Fast Method!

 

If you really want to be more efficient in the way that you communicate, delegate, and ensure understanding...use the Slow is Fast Concept.   It takes just a bit more time to think things through. 

 

If you want to speak clearly you need to think clearly.  Taking the time for reflection will help communicating in a concise and simple manner.

 

What are some of the methods you use to make things more simple?  Would love to hear from you.

 

Make it a great day! 

 

 

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Andrew Man's curator insight, December 11, 2013 2:00 PM

Gustaaf (Vocking) is close to coining the phrase: "It's simple but hard". When I read this I realise it was my calling to scoop this!

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Investing in your team

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The only thing that we spend that we can't ever get back is time.  So choose to invest your time in your team!

 

What are some best practices that you have that make the best use of your time with your team?

 

 

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Leadership is like a good workout!

Leadership is like a good workout! | Leadership Advice & Tips | Scoop.it
Patricia D. Sadar - Leadership Strength Coach's insight:

I love this quote!

 

The harder I work at leadership, the more success will come to me and my team!

 

So I have to be honest with myself....and I urge you to do the same... Are  you consistently going to the gym to work and grow your leadership muscles?

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Christy Brown's curator insight, December 5, 2013 5:04 PM

Just like anything worth having, effective leadership is worth working for!