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The Mindset Of High-Performing Leaders

April 29, 2010 Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post

Patience is a virtue. Combined with self-discipline patience can be a very powerful tool which enables you to boost your performance tremendously. Who consistently performs on a medium level is in the long term superior to those who sporadically work at the highest level. This identifies the so-called high-performers. They are motivated by their own [...]

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Posted in Attitudes&Perspectives on Apr 29th, 2010, 19:28 by haukeborow   

The 3 Crucial Factors Of Sustainable Staff Development

April 23, 2010 Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post

“Staff development is a major task of leaders.” I guess this is one of the most popular sentences in management and leadership literature. The advantage of this sentence is that you will receive a bright agreement when mentioning it in a round of executives. “Yes, staff development is extremely important” or “Staff development should take [...]

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Why a pencil can enrich one’s work tremendously

April 19, 2010 Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post

Do you write as much as I do? I think for us mental workers writing is probably the most important form of communication and expression in general. We write to record our thoughts, to develop them and to bring them into a certain structure, a shape. This makes them available whenever you need them. But [...]

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Posted in Creativity on Apr 19th, 2010, 21:14 by haukeborow