Personal Empowerment


6 things all leaders should solemnly swear Just as doctors take the Hippocratic oath when starting out in their careers, so corporate leaders should swear a pledge acknowledging their duties and obligations, writes Kevin Eikenberry. He suggests a pledge that includes promises to ask more questions, to acknowledge and work to understand dissenting views and to be patient with change-resistant employees. “And if you care to join me, you will be making a commitment to communicate more effectively, and lead with greater influence,” he writes. KevinEikenberry.com

http://blog.kevineikenberry.com/communication/take-this-oath-to-communicate-change-more-effectively/

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B. Kevin Smalls

 

Several years ago, I accompanied my son to his new high school’s orientation and the principal began his speech with what he called non-negotiables.  One was, fighting.  The other was cheating and I don’t remember the rest of them.  I kind of like that concept.  I’ve been comforted lately by listing what my non-negotiables are as a leader and a pastor.  Here they are.

1. From time to time I would hear that “we are not being heard.”  I will listen to anyone but I will not accommodate negative, disruptive and problematic attitudes. There is a difference.

2. I will not make room for prejudice, judgementalism and religious elitism.  

3. I will not apologize for aggressively reaching those seeking shelter from the cold walk without God.  They are the priority for all of US.

4. I will not allow abuse to me or my family.  I will confront…

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By Scott Williams

I love taking morsels of wisdom, as well as life and leadership lessons from stories like Florida Gulf Coast. Below are 7 Leadership Lessons From Cinderella Darling Florida Gulf Coast. Florida Gulf Coast v San Diego State

  • 1. Give Me A Chance
  • 2. Have Fun
  • 3. Seize The Moment
  • 4. Believe In Your Team
  • 5. Be Aggressive
  • 6. Love What You Do
  • 7. Success Leads To Success

What do you think? What leadership lessons have you learned? What do you think the ending will be to this Cinderella Season

Click here to read the entire article by Scott Williams

This article challenges you to be the change you want to see in the world. http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/03/what_will_you_create_to_make_t.html?referral=00563&cm_mmc=email-_-newsletter-_-daily_alert-_-alert_date&utm_source=newsletter_daily_alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=alert_date

Six Traits of Extraordinary Achievers

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While the following list isn’t exhaustive, it highlights some of the key attributes of those who are among the very best at what they do. This is a list worth striving for in your own personal and professional development. Assess yourself to determine where growth opportunities exist.

 

1. They are masters of self.

2. They are curious about many things.

3. They add value to what they do.

4. They build relationships rather than simply interacting.

5. They create opportunities and embrace the change.

6. They are “Go-Givers.”

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