Posts Tagged "Leadership"

Top Causes of Success & Failure in Leadership by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Principles of Success, Training and HR

If you had a checklist of the top causes of success and failure in leadership, how would you use the information? Of course, each of us can recognize some common traits of a successful leader. And, I’m fairly certain you could also identify at least a few traits of those likely to fail in leadership roles. But, do you know which critical attributes actually determine the success or failure of individuals, or as leaders? Many studies have been done about common traits of leaders. One man dedicated much of his life to this question. That man, Napoleon Hill, interviewed and studied 500 of...

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Six Rules to Maximize Sales & Marketing Productivity by Pat Ryan

Posted on Jan 20, 2015 in Archive

General Electric Company was known as one of America’s best-managed companies for decades (up until only a few years ago)…  At the helm of this conglomerate for over twenty years was GE’s Chairman, Jack Welch.  He has become a legend, not only for providing stellar leadership, record growth and profits, but also for his strong personal philosophies – that he gladly “shared” with his team.  As a General Electric Management Training Program Graduate who went on to spend six years with GE’s Aircraft Engine Business Group, I first learned of Mr. Welch’s powerful philosophies nearly 30...

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Know & Avoid the Top 10 Causes of Failure by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Jan 7, 2014 in Archive, Principles of Success

Happy New Year and welcome to 2014!  To kick off the year, we are going to help you invest for success by continuing our Napoleon Hill series on the Principles of Success.  As we focus this week on Hill’s principle of “Organized Planning”, consider the following:  Have you ever wondered what makes the difference between a plan that fails miserably and one that succeeds? Both seemed like great plans initially, but one just never got off the ground. Why? Are the leaders in charge of such plans ultimately responsible for the success or failure of such endeavors? As an organizational leader,...

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