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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on How to Resolve Conflicts | ]

Is someone who was once a close friend no longer speaking to you? Do you have family or friends who constantly fight? Are your co-workers at odds with one another?
Conflicts are so commonplace in the world today, most people take for granted that that’s the way life is supposed to be. Yet it is not natural for two neighbors to always quarrel or for a husband and wife to constantly be at each other’s throats. And it is not natural for continual conflicts to simmer between nations and then …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Trouble Communicating? | ]

Do you ever feel like you’re talking but no one is listening? Do you have trouble getting your ideas across to others?
Communication skills are essential to everything we do in life. In fact, when all is said and done, on whatever level, communication is the one activity all people share.
The benefits of effective communication are too numerous to list, for it enhances all aspects of life from the personal to the professional. The ability to communicate is vital to the success of anything you want to do in life.
There …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Tools for the Workplace | ]

Work occupies more than a seven-tenths of our lives. It determines our ability to support our dependents and ourselves, establishes our quality of life and, to a large degree, accounts for our happiness.
Given that work looms large in our lives, it is not surprising that the laws that govern life also govern work. There are fundamental laws and a series of principles and techniques that anyone can apply to achieve success at work. Here is the answer to holding a job, a means to increase productivity and how to …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Leaders as Team Builder | ]

Leaders as Team Builder
Nothing influences behavior more than your behavior at the top. You are the role model and your actions, not the slogans on the wall, will influence how others behave. A collaborative environment that encourages working together for a common purpose, within and among teams, is important to your organization’s success. Here are some strategies that will make this happen:
Cultivate a cohesive team
– Know when to step in and when to stay out of team conflicts. A certain amount of disagreement is normal in any team. …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Goals and Focus for Success | ]

Goals and Focus for Success
We’ve seen that, to generate more of what we want, we first need positive, empowering beliefs about ourselves and others. We need clear and specific goals to aim for. And we need to take action aimed at achieving the results we want.
Positive, uncomplicated goals
Keep your goals positive, short and uncomplicated. It’s easy to keep clear goals constantly in the back of our minds. They become part of us. We will automatically focus our energies and our efforts on achieving them. We’ll keep moving in the …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Visualize for Success | ]

Visualize for Success
When you see yourself in your mind’s eye doing something, do you imagine accomplishments, tributes and triumphs or flops, failures and fiascos?
Visualizing can work for us or against us. It depends on what we picture-success or failure. We’ve all heard the saying ‘Practice makes perfect’. Actually, only perfect practice makes perfect. And where is the only place we can practice perfection? In our mind’s eye.
Every time we practice perfection in our mind’s eye, we establish and strengthen the neural pathways in our brain. If we visualize correctly, the …

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[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Managing Conflict | ]

Managing Conflict
The ability to manage conflict is undoubtedly one of the most important interpersonal skills a manager needs. Over the years, three differing views have evolved regarding conflict in organizations. One view argues that conflict must be avoided, that it indicates a malfunctioning within the organization. We call this the traditional view of conflict.
A second view, the human relations view of conflict, argues that conflict is a natural and inevitable outcome in any organization and that it need not be negative, but rather, has the potential to be a …

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[23 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Dealing with Different Personalities | ]

Dealing with Different Personalities
There are four major archetype of personalities: dominance, influence, steadiness, and conscientiousness style.
Dominance Style
People of the Dominance Style like to control their environment by overcoming opposition to accomplish desired results. They enjoy moving people around in their favor.
They are direct, forceful, impatient, and opinionated. They enjoy being in charge, making decisions, solving problems, and getting things done. They tend to thrive on power, prestige, and authority, and they can be extremely demanding. They also fear being taken advantage of by losing control of a situation.
When …

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[23 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on 8 Qualities of Success Person | ]

8 Qualities of Success Person
1. Desire
The motivation to succeed comes from the burning desire to achieve a purpose. Napoleon Hill wrote, “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.” A burning desire is the starting point of all accomplishment. Just like a small fire cannot give much heat, a weak desire cannot produce great results.
2. Commitment
Integrity and wisdom are the two pillars on which to build and keep commitments. This point is best illustrated by the manager who told one of his …

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[23 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Seven Communication Principles | ]

Seven Communication Principles
To compose effective message you need to apply certain specific communication principles. They tie closely with the basic concepts of the communication process and are important for both written and oral communications. Called the “seven C’s”, they are: completeness, conciseness, consideration, concreteness, clarity, courtesy, and correctness.
Completeness
Your business message is “complete” when it contains all facts the reader or listener needs for the reaction you desire. Remember that communicators differ in their mental filters; they are influenced by their backgrounds, viewpoints, needs, attitudes, status, and emotions.
Completeness is …