Leadership Skills

Influence is a hot topic.  Dale Carnegie was probably not the first author of a book on influence, but his book How to Win Friends and Influence People may be the best known book on that topic.  Being able to more »

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There are many reasons why so many business owners are writing eBooks to demonstrate their authority and establish their expertise. Since 2011, Amazon.com has noted that eBooks are selling more copies than physical books, which shows how much eBook readership more »

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When you find yourself needing to develop skills for the workplace, you should turn to an ebook provider that requires their authors to prove that they are professionals in the field they’re writing about. The most common skill type that more »

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In the world of ebook publishing, trying to produce an actual book-length product can sometimes be difficult, thanks in part to that nasty phenomenon known as writer’s block. When it’s your responsibility to produce a book that will focus on more »

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Management isn’t for everyone. If you have found yourself volunteered to be the manager in a situation at work, your entire team is relying on you to provide them with the basis for success. You not only need to have more »

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If you’re looking to improve your leadership skills, training yourself can be a difficult, but rewarding, task. Developing skills that have to do with leadership in the office is something that takes time and a conscious effort on your part! more »

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OK, now you know that you don’t have the accountable organization that you need. How do you build company-wide accountability? As Oswald Viva explains in his SkillBite entitled Accountability in the Workplace, you need to start by changing or eliminating more »

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First you need to decide if accountability is missing from your organization or even in certain pockets of it. John Miller, author of “QBQ – The Question Behind the Question” gives some guidelines in this respect: Is there a tendency more »

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To create empowerment, the management role must change from an in-control mindset to an attitude of assigning responsibility and providing the supporting environment for employees to have the opportunity to excel in the performance of their functions. People already have more »

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