Tag: self development

Management Development Secrets – Look Inside First

February 22, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Progressive managers learn to develop themselves by ensuring they continue to grow through their careers. When they get stuck, the first place they look is within. All good managers have the innate capability to look inwardly from time to time to understand better how they are doing. They can be very focused and objective about […]

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Management Development Secrets – Self-Driven Learning Is The Best

February 20, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Management development is a critical activity for all managers to undertake, whatever their levels of expertise. Noticing what you need to do differently is the vital first step and then taking action without waiting for others to do it for you. There can be amazing value when you are focused enough to want to develop […]

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Giving In – Or Just Being Smart?

July 14, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Sometimes, as managers, we have a very initimate decision to make. We have to decide whether getting over ourselves is more valuable in the context we are in, or standing our ground, being smart, and winning the war, not the battle. You see, when you have developed a series of skills that are of great […]

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How to Make a Difference Every Day

May 1, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Every day, everyone can make the world a better place. It’s simple; it’s quick and it is free. All it requires is a recipe containing you (yes, that’s YOU!), awareness and a natural disposition to be brave enough, to change the day of everyone you come into contact with in a positive way. Appreciating what […]

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Risk…or Not. That is the Question

March 5, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Life is about risk. We all take them every single day of our lives. When we cross the road, it’s a risk. As we eat our sandwich at lunchtime, there’s a risk. We can’t function without taking some risks in our lives. In business, we need to take some risks to grow. Allowing others in […]

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