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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Changing Careers In Your 30's

    You may have gone through a pretty rough period in your 20's. From going to college to starting a new job, there was probably a lot of bouncing around from one place to another in order for you to get the job that you wanted. You probably had multiple job...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Considering A Career Change? The Vital Factors You Must Consider

    A number of important factors need to be taken into consideration when you start thinking of making a career change. No two individuals are in an identical situation when it comes to relying on your salary. So these factors should be carefully considered, and then you can use them in...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Crucial Career Issues - When You Are At The Middle Of Change

    A career change in mid life can prove to be a great booster to your morale. It can make you aware of your potentials which were latent all these years, not finding expressions in a set routine of your old workplace. When you are considering change of career, you will...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Viral Leadership: What Are You Spreading?

    For good or ill the senior leadership of every organization is infectious. Virtually everyone in the company understood that the company's future was at stake, and that new technology and methods were key to remaining competitive. At the same time, it became evident that the basis of trust necessary to...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership Is Culturally Bound

    Charismatic leadership is thought to broaden and elevate the interest of followers, generate awareness and acceptance among the followers of the purpose and mission of the group and motivate followers to go beyond their self-interest for the good of the organization. But different cultural groups may vary in their conceptions...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Are You The Worst Leader In The World?

    As leaders and managers, the authors often assume that, if the employees really wanted to perform better, their performance would just increase. They assume that people's ability to boost their own performance is totally within their own control. This is just not true. Decades of research into motivation and performance...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leading From Behind: Leadership In A Circle-Based Business

    The purpose of a circle-based business is to benefit community through relationships that are nurtured by fair and equitable exchange. Every person inside and outside of the business is viewed as equal in their humanity. The circle has been used as an alliance for as long as human beings have...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership - Successful People Are Not Necessarily Good Leaders

    Great leadership is a rare skill. It is much more rare than most people realize. For most people it doesn't come naturally. It is amazing how many organizations are successful even though they have only marginally competent people leading them. Many times this is because the structure of the organization...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership Today

    The most important thing you do is LEAD your people. Every productive activity on your daily agenda is leadership, regardless of what you call it. You manage, advice, teach, decide, and direct. The list goes on but it's all leading. The most valuable commodity of any great organization is the...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Nurture Your Future Leaders

    They are the fast-rising and upcoming superstars of the organization. Young and talented, these entry level managers have excelled in their academic years and are looking to duplicate their success in a working environment. On a smaller scale, they have already shown what they can do. Now, they are in...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Essential Leadership Characteristics For Project Managers And Team Leaders

    There has been an understanding of the role that leaders play in organizations that are constantly seeking to improve performance and remain competitive in the marketplace. To limit the scope of the study, nine leadership characteristics were selected for inclusion in the study. Inclusion criteria were twofold. First, the leadership...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Be Successful In Project Management And Leadership

    It is not always easy to develop effective leadership in project management, but it can be done. It takes a certain drive, a lot of focus, powerful motivation, and a detailed plan. Project management and leadership courses can do two things: help you become ready to lead a team by...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Small Business Marketing Tip - Market Your Business Online

    Your small business marketing strategy must have a variety of different angles to allow for the wide diverse population and how people find information these days. As a small business owner, marketing your business can be a full time job. The internet alone has changed the face of how you...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    3 Ways Small Business Owners Confuse Their Prospects

    Small business owners are smart, savvy and creative. This is, oftentimes, what causes more confusion with prospects. Let's use an example to make it clearer. Imagine you're at a networking event and you're talking to someone who could be an ideal client. You're really focused in on them. You're listening...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Small Business And Leadership

    There are several types of leadership styles. The charismatic leaders exude vision, are willing to take risks to achieve that vision, are sensitive to both environmental constraints and follower needs and exhibit behaviors that are out of the ordinary. The transactional leadership style emphasizes rewards to influence motivations of the...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Successful Leadership In A Small Business

    Practicing positive successful leadership in a small business, especially for the founder/owner, takes great skill and talent. In order to know what to do successfully in the start up phase and beyond takes understanding and self analysis. Some entrepreneurs do not know themselves well enough to see their own faults....

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Starting A Small Business? Here's 10 Steps You'll Need

    Starting a business for the sole purpose of making money or avoiding the work force is a bad plan. Unless you're truly in love with the products or services you are creating you will fail. Few people know this. Think of it this way; if obstacles get in your way,...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Choosing The Type Of Business To Start

    At some point in the life of almost every person, the typical nine-to-five, dead end job becomes tedious and undesirable. The difference between those who continue to be miserable working for someone else and the motivated person that gets out there to start a business of his or her own...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Changing Careers In Your 30's

    You may have gone through a pretty rough period in your 20's. From going to college to starting a new job, there was probably a lot of bouncing around from one place to another in order for you to get the job that you wanted. You probably had multiple job...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Considering A Career Change? The Vital Factors You Must Consider

    A number of important factors need to be taken into consideration when you start thinking of making a career change. No two individuals are in an identical situation when it comes to relying on your salary. So these factors should be carefully considered, and then you can use them in...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Crucial Career Issues - When You Are At The Middle Of Change

    A career change in mid life can prove to be a great booster to your morale. It can make you aware of your potentials which were latent all these years, not finding expressions in a set routine of your old workplace. When you are considering change of career, you will...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Viral Leadership: What Are You Spreading?

    For good or ill the senior leadership of every organization is infectious. Virtually everyone in the company understood that the company's future was at stake, and that new technology and methods were key to remaining competitive. At the same time, it became evident that the basis of trust necessary to...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership Is Culturally Bound

    Charismatic leadership is thought to broaden and elevate the interest of followers, generate awareness and acceptance among the followers of the purpose and mission of the group and motivate followers to go beyond their self-interest for the good of the organization. But different cultural groups may vary in their conceptions...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Are You The Worst Leader In The World?

    As leaders and managers, the authors often assume that, if the employees really wanted to perform better, their performance would just increase. They assume that people's ability to boost their own performance is totally within their own control. This is just not true. Decades of research into motivation and performance...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leading From Behind: Leadership In A Circle-Based Business

    The purpose of a circle-based business is to benefit community through relationships that are nurtured by fair and equitable exchange. Every person inside and outside of the business is viewed as equal in their humanity. The circle has been used as an alliance for as long as human beings have...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership - Successful People Are Not Necessarily Good Leaders

    Great leadership is a rare skill. It is much more rare than most people realize. For most people it doesn't come naturally. It is amazing how many organizations are successful even though they have only marginally competent people leading them. Many times this is because the structure of the organization...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Leadership Today

    The most important thing you do is LEAD your people. Every productive activity on your daily agenda is leadership, regardless of what you call it. You manage, advice, teach, decide, and direct. The list goes on but it's all leading. The most valuable commodity of any great organization is the...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Nurture Your Future Leaders

    They are the fast-rising and upcoming superstars of the organization. Young and talented, these entry level managers have excelled in their academic years and are looking to duplicate their success in a working environment. On a smaller scale, they have already shown what they can do. Now, they are in...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Essential Leadership Characteristics For Project Managers And Team Leaders

    There has been an understanding of the role that leaders play in organizations that are constantly seeking to improve performance and remain competitive in the marketplace. To limit the scope of the study, nine leadership characteristics were selected for inclusion in the study. Inclusion criteria were twofold. First, the leadership...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Be Successful In Project Management And Leadership

    It is not always easy to develop effective leadership in project management, but it can be done. It takes a certain drive, a lot of focus, powerful motivation, and a detailed plan. Project management and leadership courses can do two things: help you become ready to lead a team by...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Small Business Marketing Tip - Market Your Business Online

    Your small business marketing strategy must have a variety of different angles to allow for the wide diverse population and how people find information these days. As a small business owner, marketing your business can be a full time job. The internet alone has changed the face of how you...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    3 Ways Small Business Owners Confuse Their Prospects

    Small business owners are smart, savvy and creative. This is, oftentimes, what causes more confusion with prospects. Let's use an example to make it clearer. Imagine you're at a networking event and you're talking to someone who could be an ideal client. You're really focused in on them. You're listening...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Small Business And Leadership

    There are several types of leadership styles. The charismatic leaders exude vision, are willing to take risks to achieve that vision, are sensitive to both environmental constraints and follower needs and exhibit behaviors that are out of the ordinary. The transactional leadership style emphasizes rewards to influence motivations of the...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Successful Leadership In A Small Business

    Practicing positive successful leadership in a small business, especially for the founder/owner, takes great skill and talent. In order to know what to do successfully in the start up phase and beyond takes understanding and self analysis. Some entrepreneurs do not know themselves well enough to see their own faults....

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Starting A Small Business? Here's 10 Steps You'll Need

    Starting a business for the sole purpose of making money or avoiding the work force is a bad plan. Unless you're truly in love with the products or services you are creating you will fail. Few people know this. Think of it this way; if obstacles get in your way,...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Choosing The Type Of Business To Start

    At some point in the life of almost every person, the typical nine-to-five, dead end job becomes tedious and undesirable. The difference between those who continue to be miserable working for someone else and the motivated person that gets out there to start a business of his or her own...

    Provided By QuadWest Associates