Develop Leaders at All Organizational Levels

Develop Leaders at All Organizational Levels
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Wednesday, 03 September 2014
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Description: Organization success requires that members at all hierarchical levels "think like owners." Such individuals continuously focus their awareness on ways to improve their organization at local and global scales. They seek to gain the willing commitment of others to implement courses of action that make a positive difference. Gain willing commitment, inspired and desired followers is the hallmark of what it means to be a leader. My work focuses on understanding the leader role, what it makes it unique, and how to develop leadership capacities in everyone.

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I think being grateful for what you have in life is a key to yourself. It opens your heart and allows you to look into it seeing the darkness and the light that houses your inner self. Is this the key to success? I would say it is not, but without it, you will never be able to claim success that comes your way, as you cannot truly appreciate it..
Last replied by John Mulhall on Tuesday, 23 December 2014
I think a bad boss will tarnish the perception an employee has of an otherwise good company. Tensions with the need to be talked out, straightforward, respectful and honest discourse on what is bothering you and how your boss can help fix it. If he or she rejects this, then there is always HR or another job. What ever you do, dont stay still; for to do so is to accept tension and unhappiness as a a way of life. We all deserve a little happiness so why not stand for it and have a one2one with the boss.. we all see further and better when the air is cleared!
Last replied by John Mulhall on Monday, 01 December 2014
In my view, Leadership is about being both demanding (once its constructive) and forgiving (once its appropriate). The key is to find balance in your leadership style engaging in a manner that gets your team engaged, motivated and ready to trust the common future to you as their leader. If you maintain balance, situational awareness and strategic visioning, then you will not need to focus on being specifically demanding or forgiving.
Last replied by John Mulhall on Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Yes, as a leader with over 12 years experience, I have had awful trouble in selling myself in interviews which I have learnt from. My learnt lessons are as follows: a) Dont assume the marketplace and recruiting culture is the same as it was so many years ago when you interviewed for your last job. Whilst you were interviewing candidates, others were upgrading their interviewing practices and recruiting culture incorporating social media and some screening processes that makes a CV a "make or break document" down to the finite detail relative to the job spec. b) Dont expect others to know you are good, you need to show them through a balanced pitch of your skills. c) Show case your skills through a consistent and substantive digital brand. Make sure its authentic and true to your skills and yourself to the point you can use your social media or blogging acheivements to support your interview pitch of your skills and experience. You need to be able to be proud of your digital profile. d) Dont dwell on those who just dont get you and drop you from a recruitment campaign because they like some else better. It was never meant to be, move on and as the old saying goes "what is for you, won't go by you!"
Last replied by John Mulhall on Monday, 29 September 2014