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The View from the Front Line

Customer-focused organizations build internal communication processes around the valuable players that deal directly with the public.

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The Power of Passion

Leadership is emotional. Leadership deals with feelings. Leadership is made up of dreams, inspiration, excitement, desire, pride, care, passion, and love. The areas of our lives where we show the strongest leadership.

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Systems and Structure Pathways and Pitfalls

Discover the Systems and Structure approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization’s pathway to success.

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Stop Managing and Start Leading

Truly good corporate leaders, know how to remove barriers between themselves and their staff.

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Reward and Recognition Reinforce Paternalism or Partnerships

The big differences with reward and recognition approaches have to do with how they're used. Making them shallow and crass will threaten to swing attention away from the meaningful issues of principles and purpose and move to self-interest and selfishness.

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Retaining Top People

Retention and engagement are critical to an organization's success, but attracting and retaining talented people is a growing challenge for many organizations.

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Pathways and Pitfalls to Giving Personal Recognition and Appreciation

Effective reward and recognition is an integrated process, not a bolt-on program. Discover the Giving Personal Recognition and Appreciation approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

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Morale Problem? Look in the Mirror

Creating the conditions for self-motivation leads to satisfied employees producing satisfied customers.

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Might is No Longer Right

Lack of compassion and understanding can adversely affect a company's turnover. In today's workplace, a management style of pushing people around often pushes the highest performers right out the door.

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Manage Things, Lead People

To manage is to control, handle, or manipulate. To lead is to guide, influence, or persuade.

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Leaders Make the Difference

Not all organizations perform equally. The significant variable is the quality of leadership.

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The Leader’s Digest: Timeless Principles for Team and Organization Success

The Leader’s Digest: Timeless Principles for Team and Organization Success

If you’re looking for a book that illuminates the topic of leadership in a useful, readable, and lively way, this is it. - Warren Bennis

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Getting it Together: Integrating Customer Focus

Change direction from internal to customer focus, functional to horizontal management and management-centeredness to total involvement.

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Engagement is an Inside Job

Building partnerships through involvement and participation results in strong leadership that leads to high performance.

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Empowerment Through Passion and Commitment

Making jobs more rewarding is the best way to influence motivation and job satisfaction. It requires giving employees more control over the processes they are involved in for real empowerment

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Emotional Empowerment Builds Commitment

Most managers recognize that one of their key roles is motivating others, and the key to motivation is empowerment. Internal commitment is participatory and very closely allied with empowerment.

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Decentralized Organization Structures Empower and Energize

High performing organizations that are thriving in today's chaotic world, are adapting and pioneering a wide variety of highly decentralized structures. They are giving up control of people so that people can control their own and the organization's destiny.

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Customer Satisfaction is a Reflection of Employee Satisfaction

A company's external customer service is only as strong as the company's internal leadership, and the culture of commitment that this leadership creates.

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Bridging the Credibility Gap

One deadly consequence of the management credibility gap is that employees emotionally distance and disengage themselves from their bosses and their organizations, and this we/they schism can have profoundly negative consequences.

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Beyond Manipulating and Motivating to Leading and Inspiring

When confronting morale problems, managers will often succumb to the Victimitis Virus and blame the declining work ethic, or any number of societal factors. But these factors are more imagined than real. Studies show that people's real needs are much less mercenary than most managers believe.

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