Raeallan is pleased to present: Discover your Personal Brand: An in-depth and interactive workshop Do you know how to brand yourself? How do you determine your Personal Brand? What is the best way to leverage your Personal Brand?
Wired As a Leader, Are You Confident — or Arrogant? Wired Without a big dose of self-confidence, few would have the moxie to venture out, pursue their dreams or convince others to let them lead. Many executives, however, become ...
Coaching Style of Leadership: A Case Study of how a coaching style of leadership can help employees take ownership and responsibility (From the blog: How a Coaching Style of Leadership Can Help Employees Take Ownership & Responsibility
Imagine being Ryan Hreljac's first grade teacher. After telling your class of six- and seven-year-olds that children in Africa are dying because of lack of clean water, one of your students is so moved that he has to do something. What starts as Ryan taking on extra vacuuming at home to earn money for wells eventually turns into Ryan's Well Foundation, http://bit.ly/1cv0WEg ; a non-profit that, to date, has brought safe water and sanitation services to over 789,900 people.
As Ryan's teacher, you helped him start on the path to a life purpose, which, according to research, may be one of the greatest services you ever render to your students."
"Keeping up with all of the latest trends in technology can be quite exhausting. It seems as if every other week there is another new device, term, or concept that is sweeping through Twitter, Facebook, and industry publications."
Every person is motivated differently. Great managers know this and adjust their leadership style based on motivations. In her book Focus, Heidi Grant Halvorson identifies two types of motivational focus that drive behaviors.
Leaders lead change. Managers guide systems. During our discussion, it became apparent to me that the previous new directors came and were quickly warned by the board or discovered the hard way, what couldn't be ...
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