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The economy of autonomy - This post looks at where autonomy has proven to work and suggests some guidelines on how to make it for you.
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Have you ever had something not turned out the way you expected or planned? Then tried to change things, but it just did not work?
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When you gain better self-knowledge, you’re in a position to structure your day to improve your productivity and stop fighting yourself
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Death In Colorado Airport in 75 Minute increments
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I have just had my 8th flight delay in 3 days. But the funny thing is the way they do the delays, they seem to be in 75 minute increments. They get you into the airport THEN tell you there is a delay, but the delay is only really 75 minutes. So, it is not […] The post Death In Colorado Airport in 75 Minute increments appeared first on Dr. John A. King .

http://www.drjohnaking.com/leadership/death-in-colorado-airport-in-75-minute-increments/ #lifeasleaders #givethemavoice


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Applying online with a standard CV or Résumé is usually an exercise in futility, it equates to a 0.1% success rate in securing ,a job or 1 in 1000 chance
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According to statistics only half of startups succeed. This post looks at why startup success can be achieved and how it might fail
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As I look back over that situation, it occurs to me that it contains some lessons about leading change. Here are a few of the observations
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we decide and promise to embark on healthier and wealthier lifestyles with obvious and well-intentioned New Year's resolutions that have already faded
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Leaders are probably more familiar with mentoring - sharing and advising - as a skill rather than coaching. Coaching requires a different set of skills.
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Through internet marketing, the society has gone through increased transformations in the education sector. Such has made the process of learning
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Giving health checks to as many employees as possible means reliable data on the health of people resources and health risks.
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Uninspired? You might be stuck in a career rut. Don't stress. Here are some tips for recognizing and overcoming your professional rut.
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When set up well using the 7 Success Strategies when Supervising, a member of staff can bring their work to a supervisor with confidence
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To increase sales or a to develop a stronger ability to influence others, the advice is – to adapt your behavioural approach so you speak their ‘normal’
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I have been involved in encouraging and supporting behaviour change in organisations across all sectors for a number of years
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Many businesses face the quandary of how to attract more women into their ranks. Might one answer be to give thought to the problem much earlier?
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There are so many benefits for people who learn a new language. You’ll give yourself professional opportunities that are not accessible to everyone
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Although we have come a long way, there is still a shocking gap between how many men leaders there are vs. women leaders.
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You want a raise. Your employees want raises with promotions Everybody wants a raise. It is not always as simple as recognizing excellence and money.
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8 Lessons For New Leaders
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Leadership Is Difficult: 8 Lessons For New Leaders is written by Gregory Alford of Accelerated Coaching and Consulting is a great reminder of some sound leadership basics. Here are some highlights that I found helpful. Please click through and read the whole article. Self-awareness. A mentor, coach or therapist (or any combination of the three) is a must […] The post 8 Lessons For New Leaders appeared first on Dr. John A. King .

http://www.drjohnaking.com/leadership/8-lessons-for-new-leaders/ #drjohnaking #givethemavoice


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