Tag: leader

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3 Tools To Manage Your Productivity As a Leader

A productive individual is one whose effort achieves the purpose of trying out an endeavor in the most effective way possible. I always put an effort to know more about ways to make myself more productive in every area of my life, and since you’re reading this, I’m pretty sure that you’re also putting in an effort to learn ways to be productive.

Woman in IT

5 Tips for Women in IT

Information technology has been one of the fastest growing fields since the late 20th and early 21st centuries. However, IT is notorious for being a discriminatory boys’ club.

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6 Things Every Good Leader Should Consider

What things should a good leader consider if she wants to be as close to excellent as one can possibly get in the eyes of the employees?

Teamwork

Make Deposits To Build Trust

In a professional environment, you are putting people together who otherwise might never socialize with one another and expecting them to work efficiently together. That means acting like a team, before you’ve actually gotten to that point in your mind or relationship.

Don’t Tell Me It’s Impossible

One of the recurring themes in my life is people telling me things aren’t possible.  Of course, I then take that as a challenge, and set out to do that very thing.  Frequently, I’m called crazy, or nuts, or something along those lines.  Occasionally, I get accused of cheating, or having an unfair advantage.  Sometimes,…
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Here are 7 great tips for maintaining a professional attitude at work

7 Tips for Maintaining a Professional Attitude at Work

In this post, we’re going to discuss 7 tips for maintaining a professional attitude at work.  Sometimes, maintaining that attitude at work is very difficult indeed.  While it may be temporarily satisfying to tell someone what you really think in the heat of the moment, it is not necessarily in your best interest to do…
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3 Instant Life-Lessons Taught By Selling Girl Scout Cookies

It’s Girl Scout Cookie season! It’s the 102nd anniversary of the Girl Scouts, and as I’ve been helping to sell these delicious baked treats, I’ve also thought about the lessons the girls learn every year while selling their cookies. It’s more than just being able to earn badges… selling Girl Scout cookies actually teaches valuable…
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Keep It Professional- Ask To Think It Over

In my article 7 Tips for Maintaining a Professional Attitude at Work, point number 2 is asking to think things over.  This is hugely important.  “Let me think it over” is infinitely more professional than say, “Over my Dead Body”, “What the ^&*( are you thinking?”, or any of a number of other phrases that…
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Leadership Has Different Meanings

It is interesting to see how much the term “leadership” is used these days.  Eagle Scouts, and Girl Scout Gold Awards are leadership projects.  Clubs try to teach leadership, and Ravenscroft has started a phenomenal program to teach and instill leadership in the kids that go there.  But with all of that, I think that…
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You Are Super Mom

When we lived in Rochester I admired my new friend Mona. We both had young children, I had my two boys Abe my 5 year old and Sammy my hyperactive 18 month old. Mona had 4 children, she was very active at our place of worship. She was cheerful, always volunteering to teach, her dishes…
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