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Don’t Join a Winning Team…

Don’t join a winning team. Make your team win instead. Sure, people have flaws, they are human beings in the first place, and the human condition is hardly perfect. That is precisely why a good leader can transform an ordinary … Continue reading

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Embrace the Change!

Opposition. If you don’t encounter some, you are probably doing it wrong. ‘Going with the flow’ means lack of innovation, risk-taking, initiative, etc. Staying ‘safe’ by avoiding challenge maybe the surest way to be at risk (of losing your job, … Continue reading

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Are “damaged goods” your best employees?

If your employees won’t need pressure-coping skills, imagination to innovate, ability and fortitude of character to prevail against adversity, tenacity to stay the course and persist because it is the right thing to do, then you can do with perfectly … Continue reading

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About the Art of War, Super-planners, Commander’s Intent and Your Management Style

Innovation and creativity are essential for creating wealth, in the form of ideas for new products and services, improving existing ones, new and better ways to communicate their existence (advertising and sales) and to deliver them (logistics, internet, distribution chains, … Continue reading

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How to Be a Good Boss – Part II – Empowerment

It is always nice to be in the driver’s seat. Employee empowerment gives employees more decision-making authority over their jobs but truly empowering employees is about much more than bossing yourself around.  If you have succeeded in empowering your employees, … Continue reading

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