Monthly Archives: July 2012

When Negotiation is Like a Pint of Guinness

When Negotiation is Like a Pint of Guinness Making the right call, the big ones usually and dealing with tricky situations and negotiations are part-and-parcel of a leader’s skill-set. Everyday you will be needed to make the call on issues … Continue reading

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The No 1 Motivator

The Number One Motivator at Work Do You Know What it is? I am often surprised that senior managers don’t know what is the most effective motivator at work. Do you know what it is, from all the research that … Continue reading

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Tribute: Dr Stephen Covey

Tribute: Stephen Covey Last week, we lost one of the great thought leaders of the last 50 years. Stephen Covey will be remembered mainly for his book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, which sold millions around the world … Continue reading

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The Sharing Couple

The Sharing Couple This week I’ll examine the role of understanding when negotiating. It is a wise person who seeks to understand first and then be understood. (Steven Covey) Many times, Leaders and managers jump into an issue way too … Continue reading

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The Sharing Couple

The Sharing Couple This week I’ll examine the role of understanding when negotiating. It is a wise person who seeks to understand first and then be understood. (Steven Covey) Many times, Leaders and managers jump into an issue way too … Continue reading

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