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#ProsperityHabit

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Best Advice: Do Ridiculous Projects and Share Them With the World - Ariel Waldman

Best Advice: Do Ridiculous Projects and Share Them With the World - Ariel Waldman

#ProsperityHabit journal on the topic

#ProsperityHabit journal on the topic

Five Leadership Qualities Great Executives Must Have - The best way to be a leader, and to help shape high-potential young people into the leaders of tomorrow, is to ensure that these five abilities are always the focal points:  1) Getting the strategy right. 2) Executing that strategy. 3) Putting the right people in the right places. 4) Managing dual priorities that others see as conflicting. 5) Keeping everyone focused on what matters.

Five Leadership Qualities Great Executives Must Have

Five Leadership Qualities Great Executives Must Have - The best way to be a leader, and to help shape high-potential young people into the leaders of tomorrow, is to ensure that these five abilities are always the focal points: 1) Getting the strategy right. 2) Executing that strategy. 3) Putting the right people in the right places. 4) Managing dual priorities that others see as conflicting. 5) Keeping everyone focused on what matters.

Neurocapability and how to apply it to business

Neurocapability and how to apply it to business

If you’re like most managers, you’re facing this sort of challenge more often these days because of flatter management structures, outsourcing, and virtual teams. In such circumstances, command and-control leadership—the “I leader, you follower” approach—doesn’t get a manager very far. Leadership gurus Allan Cohen and David Bradford explain how to get cooperation from those over whom you have no official authority by offering them help in the form of the “currencies” they value.

If you’re like most managers, you’re facing this sort of challenge more often these days because of flatter management structures, outsourcing, and virtual teams. In such circumstances, command and-control leadership—the “I leader, you follower” approach—doesn’t get a manager very far. Leadership gurus Allan Cohen and David Bradford explain how to get cooperation from those over whom you have no official authority by offering them help in the form of the “currencies” they value.

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