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By Nigel Crabb Mar 23 2008

Master of Arts in Organisational Leadership

Participating in the Master of Arts in Organisational Leadership ( takes you on a personal and professional journey offering a safe environment in which to learn, reflect and practice the art of leadership. The program offers the opportunity to dialog and work, in an intimate setting, w...
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By Walt's Frozen Head Mar 23 2008

Mickey's Ten Commandments and how they apply to leadership

It occurs to me these 'Ten Commandments' that my head of imagineering, Marty Sklar, came up with a few years ago, apply largely (though not entirely) to how to lead as well as how to run a compelling guest experience. you can map most of these rules onto your leadership practice. What do you think?...
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By Inspector Gadget Mar 23 2008

Joseph Juran's Four Human Obstacles to Quality (Juran died last week aged 103!)

Joseph Juran who, along with W Edwards Deming, was invited to Japan in 1954 and 1950 respectively to teach Japanese managers about quality and statistical process control respectively, and who is widely-seen as the father of the Japanese domination of global manufacturing in the late 1970s and throu...
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By Manuela Hernandez Mar 22 2008

Personal Leadership: the missing link in college education?

This is my first diary entry. I am a lecturer in an internationally oriented college in the Netherlands. In the pasts months I have taken the step to co-design a training course called "personal leadership in a professional perspective". This training is aimed at students in their early...
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By Kate Moor Mar 22 2008

Is it Time for a 'new' Leadership Model?

Throughout our history we have endured many cycles. We are currently going through yet another revolution. What is underway now is a revolution which is comparable to the agricultural revolution of the late Neolithic and the more recent industrial revolution followed rapidly by the technology revo...
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By Anonymous Mar 20 2008

"Nothing Exalted About Being an Effective Executive"

Another quote from Peter Drucker’s book, The Effective Executive…“There is nothing exalted about being an effective executive. There are surely higher goals for a man’s life. But only because the goal is so modest can we hope to achieve it; that is to have the large number of effective executives mo...
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By Anonymous Mar 17 2008

Conversations That Matter

 Hi Guys One area in which I have been exploring with myself and  groups over the last 18 monts or so is the impact of the right conversations in the creation of change, culture and impact. A question that has stimulated some great discussion is: Think about conversations that take place i...
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By Anonymous Mar 17 2008

Coaching Directs

I was over on the Manager Tools website and listened to a podcast on the importance of coaching direct reports. The hosts explain some of the reasons managers seem to have an aversion toward coaching. They dispel the myth that it takes a tremendous amount of time. According to them, all it takes is...
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By Kate Moor Mar 16 2008

Follow The Wise.....

He who knows not and knows not he knows not, he is a fool - shun him. He who knows not and knows he knows not, he is simple - teach him. He who knows and knows not he knows, he is asleep - awaken him. He who knows and knows that he knows, he is wise - follow him. Arabia
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By Kate Moor Mar 16 2008

Spiritual Leadership

More and more people are speaking out about the importance of change; the importance of taking into account the impact we have on our environment, decreasing our reliance on (and use of) fossil fuels, stopping the rape of our earths’ other natural resources and the impact we as a result have on our...