An article from Ray Williams in Financial Post
The job of a chief executive has never been more challenging or rewarding. Despite generous compensation, perks and attention it can be a lonely one. Which may be why boards and chief executives are increasingly turning to executive coaches to assist the heads of companies in their performance […]
One thing I’ve noticed about high achievers is that they all share a lot of commonalities. They all have habits that make them unique, but I find many similarities when it comes to the things that bring them success.
Joy is one of hardest feelings to hold onto, isn’t it? Fear is always crouching nearby ready to snatch it from us.
In Daring Greatly Brené Brown talks about “foreboding joy,” the idea that some sort of disaster looms just around the corner no matter how promising things look for the moment. Instead of experiencing joy, even […]
When you look at successful people, you will almost always discover a plan behind their success. They know what they want, they work out a strategy that will get them where they want to go, and they work that plan. It is the foundation for success.
So what are some good ideas on developing […]
People who had used a mentor says that it was difficult to exact know what they want out of a mentor. One way is to try to find out what kind of experience and what you want to learn, once itś over. And during the first meeting things use to get clearer.
One of my […]
Today’s “A Minute with Maxwell” video lesson was filmed during my Live Event in Orlando, Florida where I spent three days with […]
In January this year I wrote an article about making a life plan and also some personal tips. We are a little over halfway in to 2013, the summer is almost over and time to review this years plan. Which goals have you reached and which goals are you still working on…
Take some time […]
It is with great honour I represent our guestblogger Rik Nemanick, from The Leadership Effect. You will in the following weeks get blogposts about the rules of mentoring.
Ph. D. Rik Nemanick has spent more than 10 years helping organizations get more out of their mentoring programs by focusing mentoring where it […]
Going from 2012 to 2013 got me to think about Confucius when he talked to his student about planning.
The student: Where do you think I should go?
Confucius:It depends on where you wanna go
The student: It doesn´t matter that much
Confucius: Then it doesn´t matter where you go
It´s a good story about […]
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