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January 23, 2014 By Jack and Suzy Welch The best thing that can happen to you as a boss is hiring a person who is smarter, more creative, or in some way more talented than you are. It’s like winning the lottery. Suddenly you’ve got a team member whose talent will very likely improve everyone’s performance and reputation. Including yours. Yes, it’s human nature to feel fearful that a
From: spring.org.uk By Jeremy Dean
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A good read for all. Strong conviction and morality required to implement in personal life.  “Humility involves a willingness to accept the self’s limits and its place in the grand scheme of things, accompanied by low levels of self-preoccupation.” (Kesebir, 2014)."
What hope for humility as society celebrates over-confidence, entitlement and the

Do you know your purpose?

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I came across this wonderful article by Rich Roll, where he talks about the purpose of life. Once this purpose is clear, there's no looking back. Everything just flows.    http://www.richroll.com/uncategorized/the-art-of-living-with-purpose/

Cultivating a leadership culture

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Do you know organisations that build a culture of leadership view performance coaching as an ongoing process, not just a once-a-year activity?

Integrating New Executives into Your Organization

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From: ceoworld.biz   By: Todd Aitken  
How to integrate new leaders into an organization: http://t.co/lfcAGUzfe5 After several months of hunting for a new executive, extending an offer and closing the deal, your new leader will soon be joining you. If you think your job is done and it’s time to move on to the next project, think again.   CEOWORLD MAGAZINE recently spoke with author, executive

Triumph and Tragedy in Antarctica

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On December 14, 1911 Roald Amundsen and his team of four Norwegians became the first to conquer the South Pole. Robert Scott, the English explorer, was thirty-four days and 360 miles behind having lost the head start of over eight weeks.

What Dog Sled Teams Can Teach us About Leadership

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My wife and I had the opportunity to experience a dog-sled excursion while visiting the  Ice Hotel in Sweden last year.

If you aren’t getting rejected on a daily basis, your goals aren’t ambitious enough

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From: cdixon.org  
RT @cdixon: If you aren’t getting rejected on a daily basis, your goals aren’t ambitious enough http://t.co/P7PuBoNJRA My most useful career experience was about eight years ago when I was trying to break into the world of VC-backed startups. I applied to hundreds of jobs: low-level VC roles, startups jobs, even to big tech companies. I got rejected from every single one. Big companies rejected me outright or gave me a courtesy interview before rejecting me. VCs told me they wanted someone with VC experience. Startups at the time were laying
Recommended by: Narendra Bhatta
Actions speak louder than words. Words put expression into the thought. The thought that arises be it in an individual or an organisation should have vision. Only then will these thoughts find the right words to express themselves. words spoken will have weight only if it results in an action that ushers in change. so it is of paramount importance to originate right thoughts. Right thoughts come from company of good- people, place and books. The