WHAT DO SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE?

1.They define success for themselves

Every person is going to have a different view of what makes him or her successful. You could define success by income, rank, family life, or even leisure time – whatever you seek, it’s important to work toward that goal without letting other’s people definition of success change what you want.

If your definition of success is a happy, well-balanced family life, maybe don’t take a job that won’t allow you to spend time with your family.
 
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LEADERS & EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

A canoe team rowing with power in order to win the competition. On background morning light through the forest.

 

We often talk about leaders who lack emotional intelligence, but a distortion in EI can also go too far in a leader. EMPLATHY is a critical competency for understanding other’s point of view and finding common ground with people whose experiences differ greatly from our own. But great leaders also balance their empathy with strengths in other competencies.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP = overcoming Obstacles:

 

Entrepreneurship is not a destination; it’s a journey.

On this journey, successful entrepreneurs don’t have an expectation of “arriving” to some finish line. If you do have that expectation, you won’t continue to push yourself to step outside of your comfort and grow. You won’t seek out the things that truly help your business experience explosive results because all those things require you stretching yourself.

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THE RECOGNITION DEFICIT

 

THE RECOGNITION DEFICIT:

George Washington wrote: “How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these”.

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LEADERSHIP & CONFIANCE

LEADERSHIP & CONFIANCE:

Chaque jour, le monde de l’Entreprise connait de nombreux paradoxes. Parmi ceux-ci, la place accordée à l’homme, est fortement tiraillée entre des positions extrêmes. Les individus sont ballotés dans un environnement mouvant, incertain et peu rassurant. En même temps, les entreprises souhaitent miser sur le capital humain.
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IMPROVING IMPLEMENTATION of CHANGE EFFORTS

 

1)  STAY ENGAGED AND BE AWARE of BLIND SPOTS:

Given the importance of effective implementation, leaders of companies undergoing both traditional and digital transformations, must be fully engaged in the effort. A lack of leadership engagement
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TRANSFORMATIVE RESILIENCE

We see the effects of turbulent change all around us on individuals and organizations. Some people seem to be able to rise to the occasion while others fold in the face of it.

Most of us don’t have a choice but to meet what the world throws at us head-on.

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WHAT ARE GOOD PEOPLE?

What do we mean when we say that someone is good? Good is often confused with competency. But it is really a character issue. You can be good at your job but doing good is a character issue. Doing good is not just not being bad but intentionally creating more good in the workplace and especially in others.

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Servant Leadership

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In today’s business climate, the cadence between strategy and execution is compressing, making the integration of the two more important than ever. Too many employees are being left out of this equation. More and more people are disconnected from their Read more

Positive Leaders

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People who experience more positive emotions than negative ones are more likely to see the bigger picture, build relationships, and thrive in their work and career, whereas people who experience mostly negative emotions are more likely to have a narrower perspective Read more