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      Listed below, you will find a series of articles on professional effectiveness. They are research -based and filled with helpful information and practical strategies. Feel free to reprint or forward them on to anyone you like as long as our contact information is included (supplied at the end of each article). Also, please investigate the wide range of Personal Effectiveness Articles availableHERE.

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      5 Highly Valued Minds for the Future
      “The empires of the future will be empires of the mind.” — Winston Churchill...


      A Checklist for Managing Your Boss
      There will always be those who view the concept of managing upward as flattery and manipulation...


      Four Paths to Less Business Stress
      We typically spend one-third to one-half of our adult lives at work. But work is a common source of...


      The Mindful Leader: Sit and Be Still
      Face reality as it is, not as it was or as you wish it to be. —Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric..


      8 Keys to Picking the Right Coach
      In times of recession, companies must do more with less. Providing executive coaches to high-potential...


      Debunking the Talent Myth
      Everyone’s talking about ways to find opportunity amid economic chaos. Yet there’s something right under our...


      Four Uncommon Leadership Qualities
      Everyone agrees great leaders have vision, energy, authority and good strategic direction...


      Narcissistic Leaders in Times of Uncertainty
      In these unsettling times, large corporations are turning to strong leaders to create the future, rather than...


      The 8 Traps of Decision Making
      Before making an important decision, prudent managers evaluate the situations confronting them — and often...


      The Brain Science of Bad Decisions
      Decision making is a critical function in our personal and professional lives. None of us would be in positions...


      The Language of Leadership: Inspiring Change
      “Human communication has its own set of very unusual and counterintuitive rules.” — Malcolm Gladwell...


      The Springs Resort - Costa Rica
      Up for an exotic adventure? Costa Rica is a wildlife and botanical paradise. Zip through the trees! Relax in one...


      Tough Times Call for Disruptive Innovation
      “It’s an environment the likes of which managers have never seen—a Great Disruption in which the old rules...


      What’s Needed Next: Transparency & Trust
      We need a better way to evaluate our business leaders, assert James O’Toole and Warren Bennis in a recent...


      Things That Get in the Way of Executive Coaching
      Things That Get in the Way of Executive Coaching The following article is based on the book Your Executive...


      Leadership Taboos: Exploring Credibility
      The following article is based on the book The Taboos of Leadership: The 10 Secrets No One Will Tell...


      The Unspoken Taboos of Leadership: Charisma
      Categories: Leadership, Careers, Communications “Experiencing taboos is part of what makes us human....


      The Leadership Void: The Problem That Isn’t Going Away
      Most executives and HR specialists know a large percentage of baby boomers will retire over the next...


      Great Expectations: The Boss/Direct Report Tango
      Great Expectations: The Boss/Direct Report Tango What should a leader expect from a direct report, and...


      No Jerks at Work: Preventing Desk Rage
      It’s a sign of the times when a well-known Stanford professor and best-selling author publishes a book...


      Good Boss, Bad Boss: 20 Bad Habits Leaders Should Stop Doing Now
      “We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to do. We don’t spend enough time teaching leaders what...


      A Leadership Checklist: 7 Questions to Ask Yourself
      No matter how successful and talented you are, you’ve made mistakes and have acquired some bad habits....


      Managing Yourself - Are You Ready for a Coach?
      The world of work is changing, and fast. Having a successful career means continually learning and adapting...


      Open Source Innovation and Other Weird Ideas That Work
      “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” — Alan Kay, computer scientist Self-managed...


      How Do You Develop Leaders? Practice, Practice, Practice
      Leadership isn’t just for leaders anymore. Top companies are beginning to understand that sustaining...


      Dealing With Difficult People
      They’re everywhere. Walk into any workplace and you’ll find them. Regardless of your company’s success...


      Human Relationships at Work: The Untapped Frontier
      “Today we are faced with the pre-eminent fact that, if civilization is to survive, we must cultivate...


      Self-Management for Lawyers: Are You Ready for a Coach?
      The world of work is changing, and fast. Having a successful law career means continually learning...


      The Art of the Goal
      Do you have clearly defined written goals? Or are they just in your head? Research shows that those people...


      Facing Conflict - Difficult Conversations
      “When conflict is ignored– especially at the top– the result will be an enterprise that competes more...


      Going Global: Are You Ready?
      The marketplace as well as the workplace is increasingly multicultural and diverse. Never before have...


      Follow the Leader? It’s a New Game!
      “Leaders rarely use their power wisely or effectively over long periods unless they are supported by...


      Flipping the Coin for Talent: How Well Are You Hiring?
      "Having the most talented people in each of our businesses is the most important thing. If we don't,...


      Personality Type in Leaders: What Works
      The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is one of the most frequently used self-report assessment tools in management...


      The Art of Positive Emotions: What Is Your Attribution Style?
      Everyone knows that when people feel good, they work better, are more creative and more productive ..


      Understanding Basic Human Behaviors at Work
      One of the earliest studies of human behavior at work was done at AT&T's Western Electric Hawthorne...


      Creating a Climate for Innovation
      "The business enterprise has two, and only two, basic functions: marketing and innovation. It...


      Creating Powerful Teams
      Teams are becoming the most common business unit for high performance . Although the word gets used loosely...


      Executive Coaching Is Hot!
      Driving the trend in executive coaching is the economy which makes good staff hard to get and harder...


      From Complaints to Commitments
      What are people complaining about in your organization? "We never have a chance to really talk about...


      Getting the Most Out of Executive Coaching
      When used for the right reasons and with competent practitioners, executive coaching can provide significant...


      Leadership: Facing Moral and Ethical Dilemmas
      "We need a Nobel Prize in business, awarded to organizations that demonstrate how business effectiveness...


      Leadership in Times of Uncertainty: Back to Basics
      "When your oven is jammed and your bread is burning - that is when you will learn to use an oven...


      Love ‘Em Or Lose ‘Em: Retaining Talented Employees
      Even in a slower economy, attracting and keeping top talent is a serious concern for corporations. The...


      Managing Dynamic Change
      "Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost...


      Managing with Emotional Intelligence: The Power of Empathy
      The business community has embraced the concept of emotional intelligence and its importance ever since...


      Preventing Executive Burnout
      The pace of change at work keeps accelerating. As companies continue to search for ever higher levels...


      Survival of the Fittest: Feedback is not for Sissies
      "It is not the most intelligent of the species that survive the longest, it is the most adaptable." ...


      Sustaining Results: Balancing People, Values and Business
      In the last few years several books have addressed why some companies are more enduring than others...


      The Business Case for Coaching
      The higher up the organizational ladder an executive goes, the less he/she can depend on technical skils...


      How to Assess, Select, Coach, and Retain Emotionally Intelligent People
      The ability to select, motivate, develop, and retain top people is critical to a company's success ....


      Multi-Rater 360-Degree Feedback
      Employee assessment & performance improvement An exceedingly popular and powerful means for managers...


      Effective Stress Management Solutions
      In the demanding world attorneys face, effective stress management is an essential skill . Managing stress...


      Change Resiliency at Work
      Change today happens rapidly. No longer are there short periods of change, followed by long plateaus...


      Feeling Good: Creating Emotionally Intelligent Teams
      When Daniel Goleman wrote his landmark books on emotional intelligence ( Emotional Intelligence, 1995,...


      Making Strategy: Everyone's Job
      A few years ago, Business Week carried a cover story extolling the resurgence of strategic business planning:...


      Finding True Meaning at Work
      "Without work all life goes rotten- but when work is soulless, life stifles and dies ." -- Albert Camus...


      The Future of Work
      Not since the 1960's have so many Americans held jobs. Demand for labor in services, retail and technology...


      Optimism: Why It Matters So Much
      "Success is measured by your ability to maintain enthusiasm between failures." --Sir Winston Churchill...


      Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
      The concept of emotional intelligence became popular after the immense success of Daniel Goleman's book...


      A Leadership Map for the Future
      "…Keeping up, staying up and getting ahead are now more difficult than we have previously imagined. There...


      The Quest for Great Customers
      Most CEOs hope a stronger focus on customers will protect them from eroding profit margins and commoditization....


      Secrets of Successful Careers for Lawyers: Finding Your Core Purpose & Strengths
      Why are some people promoted to positions that bring out the best in them, while their peers, who are...


      Leadership Coaching for Business Results
      “As long as there are human beings doing the work, businesses can profit by creating more fruitful...


      The Case for Clarity: A Key Leadership Quality
      “Effective leaders don’t have to be passionate. They don’t have to be charming. They don’t have to be...


      Executive Failure: A Look at the Dark Side
      Why have some very smart executives failed in recent years, bringing down whole companies, costing billions...


      Leading with Values: Walking the Talk
      “Organizations have to have values. But so do people. To be effective in an organization, one’s own...


      Employee Engagement: Running on 1/3 People Power
      The statistics on workforce engagement are shocking. According to research, only 29 percent of employees...


      Creating an Execution Culture: A Leader’s Most Important Job
      “Execution is the great unaddressed issue in the business world today. Its absence is the single...


      Coaching Leaders for Change
      How do you convince leaders to change? How can you optimize their talents and potential? Which best practices...


      Leadership by Persuasion
      As a leader, your success depends upon your ability to get things done: up, down and across all lines....


      Rethinking the Future: Leadership for the 21st Century
      “Today’s knowledge revolution, having launched a gigantic ‘Third Wave’ of economic, technical and social...


      Leadership Power Stress: Creating Renewal
      “Power stress is part of the experience that results from the exercise of influence and sense of responsibility...


      Winning the War for Leadership Talent
      “A common organizational mindset is to view jobs as ‘work to be done’ and not as developmental assignments.”...


      Leadership Personality: Do You Have the Right Big Five Traits?
      “Personalities at work are like cars in the city: They often can keep us from our destination.” Pierce...


      Once Again, Just How Do You Motivate People?
      You know you have a talented group of people working for you. You may have personally hired some of them...


      Information Overload: Taming the Electronic Beasts
      Frantic, forgetful, fragmented and flummoxed. Does this describe you or someone you work with? If so,...


      Office Politics: Survival of the Savvy
      Political savvy is a vital competence for any executive, but it’s not taught in leadership or grad school...


      Finding Your Next Big Idea
      The business enterprise has two, and only two, basic functions: marketing and innovation. It is not...


      Are You Ready for the Future?
      “Discovering the future…is a far less amazing skill than inventing it. The thing discovered already...


      A Winning Team in the First 90 Days
      “The most important decisions you make in your first 90 days will probably be about the people on your...


      Beware of Busyness: Harnessing Willpower for Purposeful Action
      “Only a small fraction of managers actually get something done that really matters or moves their organizations...


      Changing Minds: How Hard Is It?
      “All leadership comes down to this: changing people’s behavior.” – Alan Deutschman in Fast Company...


      Secrets of Successful Careers: Finding Your Core Purpose & Strengths
      Why are some people promoted to positions that bring out the best in them, while their peers, who are...


      Where Have All the Good Managers Gone?
      “No job is more vital to our society than that of the manager. It is the manager who determines whether...


      Managing Energy is the Key to Sustaining High Performance
      “To be fully engaged in our lives, we must be physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally...


       

       
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