The jet-set lifestyle and six figure salary is an ambition of young executives, to want to be a CEO, but what is happening behind the allure of the status is another story. Our journey into the Dilemmas of CEOs, continues, from last month’s newsletter.
Health Hazard: The job descri
Whether the goal is to make an omelet or to roll out healthcare.gov, it is important to realize that these products came into existence only after the completion of many individual steps. In the case of the omelet, you beat the eggs, warmed the butter, diced the fillings and so forth.
We have interacted with thousands of people in the corporate environment, across 67 countries. During our Training / Life Coaching, when it comes to career dreams they all want to be on the top of the ladder. The answer is always YES to the question – Do you want to be a CEO?
Leaders are like everyone else. They must manage for balance in their lives and their work. If the leaders do not seem motivated, then other employees will probably not be motivated either. Therefore, leaders in the organization must give attention to manage own motivation – and it ca
Existing training isn't working well
You have training programs, but your managers aren't getting it. They may be decent managers, but they're stuck in their style and not coming close to realizing their potential. Some are demanders who boss people around and lose their employee's
Quality is primarily viewed in terms of corporate culture, multi-departmental ad-hoc task forces and the salvation of entire companies. This article, instead, will view these ideas as they might be applied by a Team Leader with a small permanent staff.
Quality has become the philo
Traditionally, performance has been viewed as a function of ability and motivation. I think something’s missing from this neat equation: an accurate idea for the role of an effective manager. Increasingly, the failure to boost performance reflects not a lack of motivation or ability,
Employee Motivation, It looks very simple, right? "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." The Golden Rule seems so undisputed that it might be a panacea for every relationship. Simply behave toward everyone the way you would like to be handled and all will run easily, yes
Lots of people want to start a business. But not everyone has what it takes. The proportion of those who merely want to be entrepreneurs will always be higher than that of the few who actually start a business. The simple reason is that not everyone is cut out for the rigors of entrep
Negotiating is an art practiced by virtually everyone; it is a craft mastered by few.
There are many techniques to making negotiation work. If you pay careful attention to the following thirty factors, you should find that negotiating, with all the stakeholders who are clamoring fo