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Developing Leadership Skills

Managing a business requires a broad base of business management and leadership skills. How can you develop your leadership skills to their greatest potential?
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Learning From The Front Line

by Gayle Lantz

While it's tempting to issue directives and communicate corporate messages "from the top", remember to learn from those who are closest to your customers. The higher you progress in your level of leadership, the more difficult it becomes to understand what's really happening in the field or on the front lines.

Project Management Processes: A Simple Guide

by Greg Pritchard

If you get flustered at the thought of managing a project, these simple tips will help.

Goal Getting

by Terry Power and Steve Wells

Here are six questions you need to ask yourself, before your goal can be set in motion, that will ensure success.

12 Strategies For Bold Leadership

by Jane Schulte

Here are 12 strategies that will get you, as a leader, to take the quantum leap.

Three Lessons In Successful Leadership

by Bill Caswell

It only took me 30 years, hundreds of books, thousands of hours in the company trenches, millions of dollars and zillions of air miles to figure these three lessons out. You can be a lot smarter.

Six Quick Tips To Build Charisma

by Karla Brandau

Successful people, who want to have the power of persuasion, turn their circle of activity and interest outward. They expand their centres to be as conscious of the world around them as they are of themselves. They develop what we call, charisma.

The Luck Of The Entrepreneur

by Elizabeth Gordon

What sometimes appears to be luck is actually the result of well laid plans and strategies that are finally coming to fruition.

For Great Leadership, Develop Great Personal Leadership Skills

by Mark Sincevich

If you want to be an effective leader, then you must exercise great personal leadership skills first. The three keys to effective personal and organisational leadership - with focus

Get Meetings Out Of The Comfort Zone, Drone Zone And Panic Zone

by Priority Management

Meetings definitely bring out the best and worst in people. So here are five ideas to use today to make your meetings challenging and productive, and get everyone excited and creative.

Seven Secrets Of Inspiring Leaders

by Carmine Gallo

Master the language of motivation to inspire your customers, clients and colleagues. There are several techniques that can help you develop the astonishing skills of persuasion. Here are the seven keys to inspiring your listeners.

10 Management Lessons

by Ryan Allis

A business amounts to little without the people behind it. The two most important things I look for when hiring are initiative and work ethic. I cannot overestimate the importance to the eventual success of your business of bringing on good people. But once you have hired these good people, how do you manage them?

Situational Leadership Model

Most managers want a simple model that captures the essence of leadership so they can use it, see the results and keep moving.

Project Management: Why Projects Fail

by Zern Liew

Have you ever wondered why some projects go smoothly and others seem plagued with problems? Here are five reasons why projects can fail and how, with good project management, these problems can be avoided.

Compelling People Skills

People who have 'compelling personas' around them have four important characteristics. Leaders must develop these characteristics to be a person of influence, a person who improves the atmosphere in the organisation and helps people get along with each other.

Winning With People

by Dr. John C. Maxwell

Most people can trace their successes and failures to the relationships in their lives. As a leader, you can't be a loner. Your success is tied to inspiring a shared vision.

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