Leadership

Leadership Lessons from the Titanic | Navigator Newsletter #184

The Sinking of the Titanic Provides Lessons for Leaders  “We have struck iceberg … sinking fast … come to our assistance.” On a cold evening in 1912 that message came blistering across the airwaves. Before they tapped the last bit of Morse code, thos... Read More »

Employee Engagement | Navigator Newsletter #176

Can You Afford Employees Who Are Unmotivated and Incompetent? Motivated and Engaged Employees Generate Powerful Results One of the biggest issues facing many businesses is how to motivate and keep workers engaged with their jobs. Employee engagement ... Read More »

Leadership Training: Leadership Beyond the Recession | Navigator Newsletter #151

Personal Note from the “Captain of the Ship” “We do not need magic to transform our world; we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already. We have the power to imagine better.” –J.K. Rowling Worth Reading “The Hidden ... Read More »

Personal Accountability — The Key Factor to Superior Performance

The Key Factor to Superior Performance – Personal Accountability Personal accountability is not only an important skill to possess, but it is also in high demand. In 95% of the jobs we studied, we found personal accountability to be one of the top se... Read More »

How to Improve Job Satisfaction

The new realities of this economy have challenged business executives at all levels. Uncertainties about the economic recovery, increasing government involvement, rising health care costs and the motivation of the workforce have placed management in ... Read More »

Beatitudes Of Leadership

James O’Toole, a leadership expert said, “Ninety-five percent of American managers today say the right thing. Five percent actually do it.” Today’s complex and changing business environment requires a special style of leadersh... Read More »

Innovative Leadership Assessment

A leader is a person that inspires you to take a journey to a destination you would not go to by yourself. The traditional manager who maintains status quo leaving what he found will not be effective in today’s environment. Today’s busine... Read More »

Saving Pvt. Ryan Leadership Lessons for Both War and Peace

The movie Saving Pvt. Ryan hits you with shocking realism.  From the beginning to the end, you feel as if you are there.  The knots twist in your stomach waiting for the landing craft gate to drop. Cold water fills your boots as you slog your way up ... Read More »

Leadership Provides Purpose, Direction & Takes Action

Just like the poem,Three Blind Mice, many businesses don?t know what true leadership is all about. A person sent me the following comments: ?I’m still struggling with the lack of “alleged” leadership traits in many executives. How do they... Read More »

GEN Benjamin O. Davis (Ret) Tuskegee Airman

Celebrated Military General, Tuskegee Airman and West Point Military Graduate Photo credit: U.S. Air Force President Clinton promoted Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. to the rank of General for his great contributions to the United States. Gen. Davis’ life is ... Read More »

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