What’s the Leader’s Toughest Challenge?

December 30, 2012

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What’s the Leader’s Toughest Challenge? 11-01-2011

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Central to a competent leader’s success is his willingness and ability to drive positive and productive change.  The opposite is stagnation, which is the ultimate black hole for business.

 

The preceding quote is from the latest “DFS Learning e-Blast” article, What’s the Leader’s Toughest Challenge, by Rick Houcek.

 

In this April 14, 2010 article from leadership consultant Rick Houcek, the author provides a direct challenge to all leaders regarding the challenges and necessity of leading change in a group or an organization.

 

At DFS a key value is “Embrace Change”.  This doesn’t come easily, but rather through consistent and courageous leadership.  Read the short article to gain some clear guidance on what it really means to lead a team through any change.

 

More from the article:

 

Today, while you run your company successfully, someone somewhere is plotting to re-invent your entire industry, and will render the lazy players obsolete overnight.  You must always be thinking “What’s next?”, even while you’re still implementing your current next.

 

Read the short article to learn more!

 

Mike Osorio, your Dare to be Contagious! ™ strategist

www.OsorioGroup.com

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Three Rules of Three for Successful Communications

December 30, 2012

Three Rules of Three for Successful Communications

November 10, 2011

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Three Rules of Three for Successful Communication – 11-10-2011

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For as many words as we use, we’re terrible communicators. Voicemails are jumbled streams of consciousness. Emails are “text bombs” with no rhyme or reason. Presentations are nothing but crippling piles of slides. But don’t worry – here are three rules of three to make your communications clearer, more compelling, and more efficient/effective.”

 

The preceding quote is from the latest “DFS Learning e-Blast” article, Three Rules of Three for Successful Communications, by Mike Figliuolo.

 

In this article from leadership consultant Mike Figliuolo’s thoughtLEADERS blog, the author provides three quick ideas for significantly improving the effectiveness of your communications.  In this time of communication overload, anything to help you make yours better is worthwhile.

 

Read the short article to learn more!

 

Mike Osorio, your Dare to be Contagious! ™ strategist

www.OsorioGroup.com

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