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Research shows that top business leaders have higher levels of Emotional Intelligence than average leaders.

Emotional Intelligence ("EQ") means you to understand the emotions, desires, and tendencies of yourself (self-awareness) as well as the people around you (other-awareness) - and are able to communicate in ways that move everyone in the direction of a common goal.

Here are a few key points to help you develop your EQ Read More
In this article published in The Economist; Stephen Lynch, Chief Operating Officer of business execution consultancy RESULTS.com, explains how to build a valuable online personal brand.

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Most companies say “Our people are our most important asset” – but few actually walk the talk.

Research from the Hay Group is used to rate Fortune Magazine’s “most admired companies” – those companies which have emerged competitively stronger in their industries during this recession.

The research identified a success factor common to all the winning companies – that is, they actually be Read More
How do you achieve business success whilst making quality time for your personal life? The higher you climb; it seems the greater the sacrifices you need to make. Many high achievers burn themselves out thinking they have to get everything done.

People are busier these days, but not necessarily more productive. They put in long hours at work, then more hours at home on their laptops and s Read More
Being in business is like climbing a mountain. The tough economic times of the last couple of years, has just made your climb steeper and the weather more hazardous.

Here are some concepts inspired by the book, “Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times" to help you achieve more with less: Read More
Tachi Yamada the President of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - Global Health Program was interviewed in the New York Times recently.

Here is our synopsis:

Becoming a manager

The most difficult transition to becoming a manager is the issue of delegation. What do you give up? (view the article to see more) Read More
Guy Kawasaki - well known author, venture capitalist and entrepreneur - loves Twitter because he says it democratizes marketing. No matter who you are, you get 140 characters to state your message, you can reach thousands of people, and it’s free. He even thinks all email should only be 140 characters with no attachments.

Here is a brief sample of Guy Kawasaki’s tips for using Twit Read More
What's your personal brand strategy? Social Media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are just tactical “vehicles” through which you can communicate your brand strategy (whether it is your personal brand or your company brand)... Read More

Get in the Flow

Get in the Flow - http://results.com Avatar Posted by StephenLynch under Management
From http://results.com 3547 days ago
One of the key ingredients for a happy and successful life is to experience the state of “flow” as frequently as we can.

“Flow” is the mental state in which you become fully immersed in what you are doing with a feeling of energized focus and full involvement. Other terms used to describe this state include: “in the zone”, “in the groove”.

Here are some tips to help you achieve “flow” m Read More
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