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Riding a Suspension… of Disbelief

If I could give riders a gift...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Dec 16, 2016

Organizations Can’t Change If Leaders Can’t Change with Them

Depending on whom you ask, enterprise transformation efforts fail between 60 and more than 70 percent of the time. With numbers like those, why even try? But in an article for Harvard Business Review, Ron Carucci actually points the blame for failure...
by CAI University on Dec 14, 2016

Top 10 Communication Moments of 2016

What a year. The Olympics. A Presidential Election. So much noise this year – a colossal communications cacophony. What, then, stood out? The moments. With such a divisive political, economic and social landscape this year, we found that people...

Connecting Matters to Sell…and to Influence

As we ramp up next week’s reveal of our annual Top 10 of 2016, it’s always an interesting effort to trim and tuck to make the list as robust and complete as possible. We consider memorable moments, and we also think back about the people who have...

Sustaining OpEx in the Modern Age

This is an excerpt from the Kaufman Global survey report: An Examination of Operational Excellence In October we conducted a survey of 100 executives in our network that have deep experience leading operations and operational excellence efforts. Our...

Leadership Lessons Learned From The Game Of Golf! [del.icio.us]

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by The Political Commentator on Dec 1, 2016

2 Valuable Leadership Lessons from an Ugly Presidential Election

Like many of you, I thoroughly appreciated the thoughtfulness, rationality, and unifying nature of the recent presidential election. As I was reflecting on how much everyone seemed to enjoy the entire election process and subsequent goodwill it cr...
by Modern da Vinci on Nov 22, 2016

Business Focus and Clarity: How to Crush it with a Mentor

The most successful business leaders of this world, the ones who achieve incredible success, did so with the help of others. Before they earned their success, they learned from the masters of their time. They were mentored until they had turned th...
by Modern da Vinci on Sep 14, 2016

Labor Day–Honor American Warriors

Labor Day is a US holiday dedicated to workers across the country. The public holiday always falls on the first Monday in September. The first federal observation of the holiday occurred in 1894 however the first Labor Day observed in a state was in...
by USNA or Bust on Sep 4, 2016

Caki Outbound

Caki Outbound Alhamdulillah Selamat Datang di Website Kami : ” Caki Outbound ” adalah Merupakan Lembaga Pelatihan dan Outbound di Bandung, Pelatihan Spiritualitas etos kerja, Pelatihan Servis Excellent, Pelatihan Mitra Binaan dan Kewirau...
by cakioutbound.com on Sep 2, 2016

Outbound di Bandung

Outbound di Bandung Alhamdulillah, bagi sahabat sahabat yang mencari  informasi tentang Outbound di Kota Bandung dan sekitarnya  silahkan bisa menghubungi Caki Outbond Insya Allah kami menyelenggarakan Aneka Outbound dan Pelatihan di Bandung, Sepe...
by cakioutbound.com on Sep 2, 2016

A homogeneous Green Party leadership?

The possible new Green Party leadership trioThe results of the Green Party leadership will be announced at the Green Party Conference in Birmingham today and I am 99% sure that Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley will be crowned as the new co-leaders...
by wembleymatters on Sep 2, 2016

Green Party Activists Voice Doubts about an Electoral Progressive Alliance

As counting begins in the Green Party leader and deputy leader elections, Caroline Lucas, one of the (joint) candidates for leader, has renewed her call for a progressive alliance of parties of the broad left at the next general election.But not all...
by London Green Left on Aug 26, 2016

Kilburn, Corbyn and Khan

Some local Labour Party members complained to me last week that they were 'always the last to know' about Labour events in Brent - Wembley Matters often knows before them.Brent Council's photo of Khan visitIt does seem that Sadiq Khan's PR visit to S...
by wembleymatters on Aug 21, 2016

The 5 Essential Functions of a great boss

Great business owners become great based on their actions. Intentions are meaningless. Words are important. Results are everything. But probably …Continue reading →...

3 Magic Questions a Sales Manager Must Know

Three Magic Questions a Sales Manager Must Know One of the main roles of a Sales Manager is to help train your salespeople on how to stay on track during a sales cycle. During any sales opportunity coaching sessions consider asking these three questi...
by Your Sales Management Guru on Aug 18, 2016

You Want to Be a USNA Midshipman? Start Today

update You’ve had the summer off to reflect and plan and now it’s time to start the most seminal period in your lifetime to date, the years that will decide what happens After High School. Do you get accepted to the college of your choice...
by USNA or Bust on Aug 16, 2016

Plebe Parent Weekend is Past; Reform is Coming

update The physicality of plebe summer is over. Now that exercise moves to the brain. Reform is coming and classes will begin. You probably saw lots of videos of USNA’s weekend, but did you see West Point’s? Zoe wouldn’t consider an...
by USNA or Bust on Aug 15, 2016

What Should You Do When Your Project Goes Wrong? 7 Steps

Any project manager can tell you war stories about how some of their projects went terribly wrong. In fact, projects rarely go according to plan because it’s impossible to plan out every possibility that may happen in the future. That’s why the P...
by CAI University on Aug 5, 2016

An Ecosocialist Look at Corbyn’s Environmental Plan

Jeremy Corbyn has revealed his 10 point plan, or manifesto I suppose, for retaining the leadership of the Labour Party. The full plan is posted at The Huffington Post, but I’m just going to look at his ecological ideas here. Of course, these things...
by London Green Left on Aug 5, 2016


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