Ignite Energy

Bates, Suzanne
December 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2009, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p8
In this article the author offers advice for leaders to excite and motivate their people as the economy shifts to recovery mode. She states that motivating people to work toward a worthy purpose and contribute to future success sparks energy and ensures great performance in an organization. Also mentioned are eight principles useful for inspiring others which include motivating oneself first and thinking as a chief motivating officer (CMO) instead of chief executive officer (CEO).


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