8th Edition of the Carnival of Leadership Growth
Welcome to the June 1, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership growth.
Christopher J. Brunner presents Online Meetings, The Board Room Alternative posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “Using technology to make meetings with staff, clientèle and investors a little less hectic.”
Scott Lee presents Acknowledge Your First Steps But Always Ask: What is the Next Step? posted at Scott Free Thinking.
Laura Ricci presents Intention and Traffic Jams posted at Laura’s Winning Ideas, saying, “How does your intention determine the outcome of your leadership? This story demonstrates, and provides an exercise you can try for yourself, and learn how a small change in intention has a big outcome.”
John Wesley presents Why the 9 to 5 Office Worker Will Become a Thing of the Past posted at Pick the Brain.
CA presents Business life lesson – Business is a team sport posted at Atlantic Canada’s Small Business Blog, saying, “I realize that I can only profit if my organization profits. And I will do whatever it takes to ensure the organization profits. That is my motivation. I am unable to understand why such an elementary perspective is so difficult to comprehend. I thought employees were concerned about the continuity of their pay-cheques. How will the pay-cheques continue if customers leave?”
Debra Moorhead presents 16 Aspects I Appreciate about People Who Disagree with Me posted at Debra Moorhead.com.
Carmen Van Kerckhove presents Diversity training doesn’t work. Here’s why. posted at Race in the Workplace – how race and racism influence our working lives, saying, “Many diversity trainers don’t push people to challenge their own racist beliefs. Instead, the seminars teach people to be more aware of the non-verbal cues (the fancy word is “microinequities”) they send out that may tip others off to their racism. The philosophy is: hide your racism in order to create a more harmonious workplace.”
Craig Harper presents Creating Something (spectacular) from Nothing posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “In 1988 I had the idea of setting up a Personal Training centre in Melbourne.
There were no commercial PT facilities in this country at the time.
It would be Australia’s first appointment-only gym.
I was young, had no business experience, no tertiary qualification and not much money.
Clearly, a perfect plan.”
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