Edition #4 Carnival of Leadership Growth – April 1, 2007
Welcome to the April 1, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership growth.
Hal Sommerschield, Ph.D. presents North Star Mental Fitness Blog: Word Processing and the Benefits of Success posted at North Star Mental Fitness Blog.
Vahid Chaychi presents The First Step to Start an Online Work at Home Business posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, “There are many who love to start an online business that can be done from home. There problem is they don’t know “how” and “from where”. The most important thing in starting a new business is making a serious decision. Without a serious decision, no business will be started.”
Charles H. Green presents Trust Tip 35: Reciprocity, Sales and Suicide Hot Lines posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Suicide hotlines teach something very important about trust and persuasion. When you pick up a call in a suicide hotline center, the first impulse is to try and start talking; to try and convince the caller not to kill himself. It’s the exact wrong thing to do.”
Thom Singer presents Your Personal Vision Of Success Makes The Difference posted at SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED.
Editor – Dave Prouhet presents Overcoming Procrastination posted at Business Advice Daily, saying, “f you see yourself as someone who puts things off or procrastinates, don’t despair. Eliminating delay is a skill that can be learned. And if you want more serendipity in your life, more chances to be in the right place at the right time, more “lucky breaks,” and even more energy, it is well worth the effort required to develop this skill. Here are five easy steps to ending delay…”
Leon Gettler presents CEO invincibility – why they turn bad posted at Sox First, saying, “With the jury selected in the Conrad Black trial, it’s worth looking at why some corporate leaders go off the rails? Is it greed? Arrogance? Studies show that it’s because they believe the rules don’t apply to them. They’re invincible, y’see.”
David Zinger presents The WE(E) Factor: Baby steps to leadership feats posted at Zinger On Strength-Based Leadership, saying, “Some WE(E) steps towards effective leadership that focus on others and small steps.”
Charles H. Green presents Working and Feeling Good posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Being happy at work turns out to have to do with being engaged, and being engaged with being praised. It doesn’t turn out to have much to do with incentive payments. Why do we have to keep rediscovering “treat people well”?”
Jack Yoest presents Managing Management Time: Harvard’s Monkey Paper by Oncken posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “The Tipping Point
The Three Second Rule
The Monkey on Your Back
The Monkey on Your Back?
Managers ’round the world recognize this expression as the situation where an individual has the next move in an assignment.”
wilson ng presents Choose your Battles posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, “We are so used to competing, that we spend a lot of time and resources winning or excelling in unnecessary things in which has no meaning or bearing to your overall goals.”
John presents Success Coaching On a Budget posted at OhCash.com, saying, “Professional Life Coaching is more widely accepted in our society than ever before as a positive and even necessary phenomenon in our ongoing quest for happier, healthier and wealthier lives.”
Benjamin Yoskovitz presents Does Multitasking Really Make You More Productive? posted at Instigator Blog, saying, “The questions is an important one because so many people are focused on multitasking and doing more. Working harder, not smarter. But multitasking doesn’t make people more productive, or better leaders.”
Caroline Latham presents I am busy executive with a challenging job. How is brain fitness relevant to me? posted at SharpBrains, saying, “How stress management may help us improve our quality of life and performance at work”
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