Welcome to the October 5, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership development. Here are various articles submitted by readers who want to help you achieve that career success that your potential deserves!
Louise Manning presents Reducing stress posted at The Human Imprint.
Charles H. Green presents Business Ethics and Self-Orientation posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Ethical business leaders are distinguished by their conscience and intrinsic orientation towards others."
Warren Wong presents A Lesson In Standing Up For What You Believe In posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "An inspiring story about a father teaching a son how to stand up for what he believes in."
The Career Counselor presents Four Ways to Recognize an Office Liar posted at ask the CareerCounselor.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Make Assumptions Obsolete by Communicating posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "We assume because we don’t know. We don’t know because we don’t ask. We don’t ask because we act as if we already know. Or, we don’t want to appear stupid. So we make an assumption. Then we forget it is merely something we made up, and we behave as if it’s a fact. When the facts are known, it would never occur to us to assume. The solution is clear communication. When we know the truth, assumptions are forever unnecessary."
Arin Vahanian presents How One Quote Can Change Your Life posted at Super State.
Marc and Angel presents 15 Key Qualities that Offset Job Experience Requirements posted at Marc and Angel, saying, "Never let the supposed job qualifications or experience requirements stand in your way of applying. If you know you can handle the job, you are probably the employee the employer wants. All you have to do is make them aware of your potential."
Christopher J. Brunner presents What Successful People Do - Part 1 posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "Part one in a two post series - According to Dr. Henry Cloud’s book, 9 Things You Simply Must Do to Succeed in Love and Life, successful people exude similar qualities that make them a success."
Terry Dean presents Finding Your Unique Ability posted at Integrity Business Blog by Terry Dean.
Ivan Rios presents How To Make Your Team Happy posted at artofleading.net.
Randy Nichols presents Fast Paced Success - Considering a Career in Business posted at Career Advice by Randy, saying, "Whether you have relatives who have entered the field ahead of you or you are simply looking for a field that will always provide you with challenges, careers in business are definitely one way to go!"
Jason Rakowski presents Critical Priorities for Extraordinary Service Quality posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, "What are the vital few ideas and actions that really made a difference with the customers and clients? There are thousands of tiny things that made a necessary and positive contribution, but here are five areas that are make or break."
Chris Russell presents Boldy Go Where No Has Before - Prepare to Do 20 Times More by Looking Five Years Ahead posted at Productivity Planner, saying, "The steps for creating a 2,000 percent solution (accomplishing 20 times more with the same time, effort, and resources) are listed here...
John W. Furst presents Touch It - Do It - Get It Done - Part 2 posted at E-Biz Booster Blog, saying, " I introduce very simple rules and exercises that will get you started quickly. Start using your time more effectively now."
GreatManagement presents Management Bureaucracy Gone Mad posted at The GreatManagement Blog.
Ralph Jean-Paul presents Develop Mental Toughness posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, "MVPs, CEOs, extraordinary leaders, and successful people of all kinds have it and so should you. Develop, strengthen and master your ability to perform under pressure, bounce back from failure, and excel in life."
Rodney Burge - Marketing Strategies presents Managing a Mutlicultural Workforce posted at Jinsoo Terry - Multicultural Education, saying, "Multicultural Education Expert Jinsoo Terry gives five tips to become a more effective manager within a multicultural workforce."
Luke Houghton presents 8 things I have learned about success posted at Luke Houghton, saying, "Success often is pictured as being material or financial. What I share in this article is eight things I have learned about success. I went from being a high school failure to being a lecturer."
Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Don’t Reduce Your Price! posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, "If you don't value yourself, people will perceive you as a discount brand. Making yourself priceless begins with knowing you're priceless. You can teach yourself to be that way!"
Arin Vahanian presents How to Build True, Lasting Confidence posted at Super State.
Scott Lee presents Creating Social Value in Your Identity posted at Scott Free Thinking.
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