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The Language of Accountability

08th October 2009
Excerpted from Winning with Accountability: The Secret Language of High-Performing Organizations (Cornerstone Leadership Institute, 2008). Nine-tenths of life's serious controversies come from misunderstanding. - Louis Brandeis Traditionally, langua... Read >
Author: Henry J. Evans

Change Management Model and The 7 Stages of Change

16th September 2009
As a business consultant for many years, I'm often asked to define our change management model. Basically it narrows down to three important principles. Principle #1: Always focus on the first 5%. The first few steps you take are always the most imp... Read >
Author: Leadting at Lightspeed

How to Build a Wrestling Ring

07th September 2009
Overview People of all ages enjoy watching wrestling for all the excitement, the action and drama that it brings. Bodies flying across the ring, the dialogue, the moves all make up and add to the fun of watching wrestling on television. For those who a... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Gideon Bible Story: Signs of the Time

04th September 2009
The book of Judges is set in a time when Israel was uncivilized to say the least. God continually supplied them with heroes to get them out of self-induced trouble. Presently, the most well known of these heroes is Samson...or so I thought. When I crea... Read >
Author: Patrick Boone

Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership Part Two Inspire a Shared Vision

21st August 2009
Another common trait among successful leader personal best stories was how they imagined a highly attractive, exciting future for their organization. Inspiring a vision of what could be, a dream and conviction for a better life is a guiding post, which pu... Read >
Author: Leadting at Lightspeed

Cover Up Your Computer's Footprints

11th August 2009
Whether we like it or not the delete button is not truly permanent as our most private files are still sitting on your hard drive waiting to be discovered and viewed. Unfortunately data doesn't just disappear as many of us would expect and hope it does. ... Read >
Author: ukraine

Improvise To Win More Auditions

25th July 2009
Personally, I believe good improvisation skills are one of the greatest assets an actor can posses, regardless of whether you are doing TV commercials, film, TV or theatre. I've heard it said that up to 50% of auditions will require some form of improvisa... Read >
Author: SJ Reynolds

Online Dating: First Message to Your Prospective Match

05th June 2009
Among various activities which everyone has to do in the course of online dating, writing the first message to prospective match is one of the greatest importance. Some useful tips on such writing are given below. Your Choice First of all, you have to b... Read >
Author: Desmond Ray

Turning a great movie idea into a script treatment

12th May 2009
There are reasons for writing a treatment or outline based on your brilliant original movie idea. Simply put a movie idea or concept cannot be copyrighted. Idea theft isn't widespread in the movie business, but there is always that remote possibility some... Read >
Author: Sid Kali

8 keys to create Customer Contact Database

18th July 2008
Creating relational databases was once a major pain, but Microsoft Access makes creating simple databases a breeze. More complicated database builds will most likely require an Access course, but a simple customer contact log database can be setup in minu... Read >
Author: capil005

Teaching Reporting Verbs to ESL Students

08th March 2007
The most common verbs we use to report what someone says are "say" and "tell". These are the verbs which students learn first when they learn reported speech. These are fine, of course, but there will come a time in your students' learning when they want ... Read >
Author: Keith Taylor

Creative Fiction Writing Workshop: Starting Your Story

28th September 2006
How do I get started writing my story? Where do I get ideas for my creative fiction writing?Get ideas from virtually any common, ordinary situation. Get out of your house to see real people and the real world and ideas will come from the most random place... Read >
Author: Kat Jaske

First Date Chemistry

09th February 2006
First Date Chemistry Although the nervousness of a first date can somewhat hamper the flow of your true and wonderful personality, there are a few signs that you'll notice when things are really going great. The conversation will flow. There will be a ... Read >
Author: Pradeep Aggarwal
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