A new study finds that great coaches don't focus on finding and fixing their team's weaknesses. They do this instead. (This is the key to my coaching, create a vision and then follow it, make the vision as big as possible.
I was reading through this blog about how every startup (an applaudable, admirable, exciting and challenging feat one has taken upon oneself ) comes with it's own set of up's and down's hence the need for a hustler. Here's what a hustler does according to Ben Yoskovitz's blog called The Hustler, let me know if you think you're the hustler in your business.
The majority of leadership articles focus on what you can do to better lead, impact and influence others. However, leading others isn’t possible unless you’re first leading yourself. Those around you follow your lead, right?
The Guardian Three lessons in digital leadership, including one from a dancing man The Guardian Thirdly, rather wonderfully, Liz Newton – who is in Rogers' network – shared a link giving leadership lessons, which Rogers suggested people watch.
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Fast Company 3 Ways To Be An Effective Self-Leader Fast Company I had to re-examine the concepts of self-leadership recently when I spent a year improving my health with the help of my good friend, fitness expert Tim Kearin.
Irish Independent Leadership: It Includes Listening To The Young Forbes The last word on the the gathering of 'leaders' at the World Economic Forum 2014 in Davos in Switzerland must surely go to The Economist, with its graphic.