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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You Need to Reduce Digital Distraction to Improve Productivity

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Is your brain being rewired due to technology bombardment? Are you addicted to the time-consuming tsunami of electronic updates from social media, emails, texts, facetime, etc.? Do you feel a constant disconnection from your real life due to an obsession with impersonal electronic connections?

Along with the benefits of the Age of Information comes a dark side: the Age of Disconnection. When you are disconnected because you are distracted by too many invasive intrusions into your life, you lose focus. The ...

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The Corporate Soul needs to be People-Oriented

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The corporate soul is alive and well in the 21st Century – or is it?

The corporate culture or soul of a naked organization made it to number one challenge in the business community according to Global Human Capital Trends 2015, Deloitte University.

Edging out leadership as the number challenge (2014), it is clear that understanding your organization’s culture or soul is key because of the direct impact it has on employee engagement and empowerment, both of which impact productivity and profitability.

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Leadership to Fuel Sustainable Engagement

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Towers Watson’s 2014 Global Workforce Study states, “In today’s global workplace, leadership is a driver of not only sustainable engagement overall, as revealed in their 2012 research, but also all the components of sustainable engagement.”
The report exposed that 24 percent of employees were regularly disengaged, 17 percent detached and 19 percent unsupported – they would normally be engaged but lack either enablement and/or energy from leadership. That leaves only 40 percent of the workforce sustainably engaged.
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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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