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The Right Way to Ask for a Promotion

For the employee who is seeking a promotion, the best thing he or she can do is be prepared with reasons why the promotion is warranted and how the organization will benefit from the change. The employee should ask their supervisor for a time to speak privately for 30 minutes to discuss a promotion request.   At the meeting, the employee should be prepared to

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Insight to See Character Development

  Of all the characteristics you will read about in Everyday Leader Heroes, perhaps the most common is that everyday leader heroes have a unique insight to see and help develop character in others. Perhaps since they have been through a number of life’s challenges and have learned from the “school of hard-knocks,” they have self-reflected, self-assessed, and self-corrected a number of times, learning more

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Hiring the Right Person for the Job

  Leaders who have the responsibility of hiring new employees want to hire the perfect person for the job, but few of them put enough time and thought into identifying and ensuring that a new hire is a ‘good fit’ for the organization. If it turns out that a new employee is having difficulty, there is often a slow process of either trying to improve

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GLIDE Up the Corporate Ladder

  Many young supervisors in the workplace do not know what it takes to get promoted. It’s not their fault; they are learning how to CLIMB up the corporate ladder. I coach those on the fast-track to help them learn better how to GLIDE up the corporate ladder.  I also do training with organizational executives on how to establish a means to identify intrepreneurs and how to groom those ‘fast-trackers’ for succession planning. Here is 1

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Develop a New Success Habit: Thank 10 People Every Day…and Mean It!

              Have you ever noticed how often we need assistance? Every day, people serve us at restaurants, salons, and shopping centers. They meet our needs at schools, offices, and hospitals. Occasionally we need police and/or rescue personnel. How often do you take the time to look these people in the eye and let them know you truly appreciate what

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Great Leaders Take Notice of Others

  Everyone has an invisible sign on their back. It says, “Notice me!” To be a better leader, it is important to positively influence employees by creating a culture of both trust and respect. If you don’t notice the hard work people do or help them when they need assistance, then the best part of being a leader – communication – is lost! A word of

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Take a Self-Assessment

      Ask yourself the following questions and give serious thought to your answers: · In the last week, whom have I tried to inspire, motivate, or positively influence? · What are my dreams for myself and for others around me? What am I doing to accomplish them? · Do I look at my life as being half empty, half full, or overflowing with

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