How Leaders Develop Future Focus - How Far Can You See?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jan, 2012
Question for Discussion – How Far in the Future Can You See? I recently read Steve Job’s biography which I found fascinating because of his focused passion and the intense drive in his personality that motivated him to achieve greatness. Steve Job’s creativity and genius for creating products that invent the future is so inspiring. Oh Wow! My executive coaching clients and I frequently have conversations revolved aro...
The Power of One
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2012
2012. A New Year. This time of year many people make New Year resolutions, some easy to keep, others impossible. Have you ever thought about changing just one thing? That’s not overwhelming; it’s just one thing. The power of one can have a big impact on your life. Here are a few suggestions of how to incorporate the power of one into your life this year to change it for the better. 1.Learn something new. I know, I know, yo...
What do you want to do?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2012
What do you want to do when __________? Fill in the blank. The question is typical for many life stages. We remember being asked, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” when we were younger – too young to really know what to say. Admit it — was “superhero” on your list? Certainly, it’s a valuable question to consider after high school and upon graduating from college. It makes sense for anyone laid off of a job to re-visit...
Inside the Mind at Work – What Really Motivates Us?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2011
Question for Discussion – How important is managing for progress? The topics of performance evaluations and feedback come up quite often in my executive coaching sessions. It’s human nature that people want to know where they stand. I often suggest to my coaching clients that in-the-moment feedback based on progress helps motivate people. It can also help avoid those tense performance evaluation meetings where people ca...
Create an Executive Brand by Telling Your Story
by Louise Garver - Dec, 2011
Think of Coca Cola. Do you have a picture of a can of Coca Cola clearly in your mind? What do you see? Red and white/silver aluminum can with distinctive lettering. Now picture a glass of coke, just an ordinary glass with a dark colored beverage inside. It could be Coke, but it could also be Pepsi; it could even be root beer. If the ‘resume’ of Coca Cola just talked about a carbonated soft drink in general terms, and didn’t re...
7 Techniques for Work/Life Balance
by Thomas J. Denham - Dec, 2011
Maintaining work/life balance is the hardest thing to accomplish in adulthood. Many people today are too busy making a living that they don’t have time to make a life. Don’t expect to continue down the same path and get any significant changes in your life. Where you go with your work/life balance should be by choice not chance. Don’t focus on what you can’t do; focus on what you can do! 1. Ask Questions and Reprioritiz...
What’s Driving Your Career?
by Beverly Harvey - Nov, 2011
Is it your personal vision, passions, and innate talents … or is it uncertainty, confusion or even desperation? Are you clear about the type of position that would be intrinsically fulfilling … or are you willing to accept whatever you can get? When you hear the words personal vision, passion, drive, and innate talents what emotions do you feel? Energy, excitement, enthusiasm, curiosity, hope? Do you feel like you want to g...
4 Ways to Succeed at a Start-Up
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
I recently had the opportunity to meet Sarah Fudin, a young professional working with 2tor, Inc, an education start-up company that partners with elite universities to bring master degree programs online, in particular USC's Masters in Teaching online program. Sarah felt that my readers needed some tips for succeeding in a start-up organization, and here's what she suggested: Be prepared to work hard and expect rewards: Th...
A Roadside Conversation - A Leader's Story
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2011
Speaking to the graduating class last year at Princeton University, Amazon.com Founder Jeff Bezos shared a story about a long drive in Texas with his grandparents. He was ten years old at the time. His grandfather was driving on the highway. His grandmother sat in the passenger seat, smoking cigarettes. Recently Bezos had been hearing an ad campaign about smoking. The gist of it was that every puff of a cigarette reduce...
Do You Talk About Yourself Too Much at Work?
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
Some people start out just wanting to share quality information, and so others listen to them in order to learn and reap of the benefit of the experience and knowledge. Unfortunately, many of these same people become addicted to the attention paid to them, and they gradually become narcissistic. Their advice becomes less about situations that apply to the audience in general, and more about, well, them. Their conversations...
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