Self-control Increases Leadership’s Accomplishments

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Self-control and focus go hand in hand. Focus is the answer to all accomplishment but only if you have mastered self-control.

For leaders, the key to accomplishment and staying focused is self-control. They get dragged and pulled in so many directions that it is easy for them to lose focus and run from one urgent issue or catastrophe to another.

Numerous psychology research studies indicate that self-control can make a profound beneficial difference in the lives of ordinary people. For example, Roy ...

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Leadership Accountability Needs Transformation

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While most leaders are measured on the basis of business results, organizations must begin holding leaders accountable for building a strong and enduring culture, listening to feedback, and engaging and retaining their teams, according to a new study just released Global Human Capital Trends 2015 by Deloitte University Press.

They went on to state, “Our research indicates that the transformation of the aging performance management process is long overdue.” It has been known for quite some time that what worked in ...

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Use Silence as a Leadership Strategy

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Silence, yes, silence, is a powerful leadership tool. There are many adages about silence such as “he who speaks first loses,” or “silence is golden” which comes from a longer phrase “speech is silver, silence is golden,” placing a much greater value on silence, not just the spoken word.

Recent research by New York University’s Stern School of Business Department of Management and Organizational Behavior shows that the workforce is remaining silent. This type of silence is not a good thing, ...

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Conquer Time to Fuel Productivity

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Time is the great equalizer. There are only 24 hours in each day that leaders can use for productivity — whether it is work, family, physical well-being or all the other things that devour time. How much more productive would you be if you could better control your time?

Everyone at all levels of an organization has available exactly the same number of hours in a given day to live life and be productive – 24, no ...

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Eliminate Distracted Focus – Improve Performance

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Distractions are rapidly becoming enemy No. 1 in the workplace. In fact, 45 percent of employees work only 15 minutes or less without getting interrupted, and 53 percent waste at least one hour a day due to all types of distractions according to recent research by harmon.ie, a provider of social email software. That un-engaged hour translates to a loss of productivity exceeding $10,000 per person per year.

The report concludes that two‐thirds of companies and technology users are pursuing tools ...

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