Monthly Archives: March 2015

5 Principles that Boost Leadership and Empowerment Practices

Principles that Drive Practices Leading to Better Empowerment  True professionals proactively and respectfully earn empowerment rather than wait for it—planning, stating intent, getting feedback, improving, and working with cooperation…. Best-Self Servant Leaders state intent, expectations, and parameters to boost initiative … Continue reading

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5 "R" Questions to Answer for Leaders in Empowerment

The next generation of leadership will include more emphasis on Best-Self Leadership–to do our best and help others do the same. Leaders will invest more early on to design and teach what Plans, Actions, and Results get rewarded here. Like … Continue reading

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Choose Where to Earn Empowerment

It is not necessary to earn empowerment (to become competent and confident) in all things, just the important.  Seek to master your callings, gifts, and talents as well as master your “Goliaths” that threaten. Earn trust in self and from others … Continue reading

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Leadership and Empowerment

Dr. Ken Blanchard taught in “Situational Leadership” courses and books as well as  at our seminar in 1994 that we should choose different leadership approaches with people at different levels of “maturity” and we should even choose different leadership approaches with the same … Continue reading

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Nobel's "World Betterment Remedy: The Seven Rights"

Claes Nobel, the senior member of the Nobel Prize family, delivered the keynote address for the 50th anniversary of the International Services Council of Alabama – now Global Ties Alabama. “My dear, most respected audience,” Nobel said in his keynote address, on … Continue reading

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