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What Would You Tell New Leaders? | Thin Difference

What Would You Tell New Leaders? | Thin Difference | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

John Maxwell, in 5 Levels of Leadership, states:

 

“As you think about the way you will define your leadership, take into consideration what kinds of habits and systems you will consistently practice. What will you do to organize yourself? What will you do every day when you arrive at work? What spiritual practices will you maintain to keep yourself on track? How will you treat people? What will be your work ethic? What kind of example will you set?”

 

This is now, that was then. What would I tell my younger leader self now?

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If You Want to Succeed in Business, Read More Novels - Forbes

If You Want to Succeed in Business, Read More Novels - Forbes | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

Why reading novels may give you the business skills you most need to succeed today.


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McDonald's Jobs Taught Bezos, Leno And Others 7 Big Lessons - Forbes

McDonald's Jobs Taught Bezos, Leno And Others 7 Big Lessons - Forbes | Leading Choices | Scoop.it
What can you learn from working at McDonald's? A lot, say people like Jay Leno, Jeff Bezos and Andie McDowell -- all of whom once grilled burgers, washed floors or worked the cash register.
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The Rare Find – Actionable Books

The Rare Find – Actionable Books | Leading Choices | Scoop.it

Finding the right talent for any position in any organization is a challenge. You probably have read about (or worked for) organizations that have tried personality tests, quantitative assessments, out-of-the-blue interview questions, and many other attempts to solve the problem of finding the right person to take on the open job responsibilities. Finding and keeping the right people are two of the vital strategic difference makers for any organization.

 

The Rare Find tells stories about people and organizations and how they come together to find the right characters to help develop and further the plot. After all, everyone has a story to their career, so what better way to explore insights into hiring the right people than to use stories?

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