9 Fun Things: To Do in Developing Your Leadership

Moore, Ken
July 2007
American Gas;Jul2007, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p34
Trade Publication
The article offers the nine fun techniques on how to developed leadership skills in the U.S. According to the author, employee survey reveals that executive are faced with three major issues, including lack of trusts, employee does not believe with senior management directives and workers are too stressed to pay attention which he believes that these issues are more spiritual than fiscal. Among the techniques presented, includes becoming a better communicator by keeping mouth shut, eating lunch in the cafeteria, sending hand written notes, saying a prayer, meeting with co-workers in their cubicles, spending personal quiet time, increasing tolerance towards opinions and working on the impossible.


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