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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Managing Organizational Conflict

    It is very important to address the actual conflicts between employees and to help them reach acceptable resolutions, etc. However, it would be a mistake for an organization to limit the scope of a conflict resolution to the immediate conflicting employees without also being willing to look at the surrounding...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Software Outsourcing India Offers Best Services

    Software outsourcing India has touched new heights as people from all over the world look up to India in the hour of the need. When it comes to software designing, India has the largest IT possessions and all the latest techniques, which make them superior to every other country. It...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Human Resources And Layoffs, Can You Give Your Employees Any Hope

    Being in Human Resources or owning a small business is a tough job anytime, especially with the current economy and unemployment predictions. Is there anything that you can do to help the employees, or give them hope when it comes time to make some cuts? Just about every industry and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Job Layoffs - Practical Survival Tips?

    Job layoffs have become a simple fact of life in this volatile economy. Dealing with the layoff and staying focused on finding a job is tough. This paper explains some practical steps you can take to lessen the fallout from this traumatic life event. Employees who are laid off feel...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Signs Of An Impending Layoff

    Many people are in denial about layoffs. There are many clues that one is coming but often people just choose to ignore the signs. Forewarned is forearmed. If you notice several of these signs in the place that you work, it is time to get your resume ready and identify...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Performance Reviews

    Employee performance reviews or employee performance evaluations should be a two way conversation. You need to listen, accept feedback about yourself as well as provide feedback to your employee. Employee performance reviews will only be as deep and as productive as your relationship with your employee. If your relationship is...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Exceptional Employee Performance Review Questions

    Once you have explored all of these areas explained in this paper then pursue the more traditional performance questions relating to tasks and targets and start by asking them how they think they went with these areas. Listen closely and only add in your two cents worth when you have...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Give A Powerful And Productive Performance Review

    Do you need to write an employee review? Its one of the most dreaded and important valuable resources in a manager's toolbox, yet many managers don't know how to give a performance review of an employee. This paper provides 10 dos and don'ts to help to create a positive and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Challenge Of Employee Engagement And Keeping People Motivated

    People who deliver the best results are typically inspired by what they are doing. Their work has meaning for them; in contrast to this, those who are denied the opportunity to contribute through their work will soon look elsewhere for ways in which they can make their mark. Given this...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Motivating Employees: Understanding Their Needs

    This paper discusses most of the basic factors that motivates people. And knowing and understanding these motivating factors could help in looking for the proper solutions in motivating your staff. In general, employees are able and readily willing to work if they feel they are appreciated for their efforts and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Leadership Effectiveness: The Power Of Communications, Motivation, And Emotions

    Effective leaders see more in other people than people see in themselves, and one of your objectives as a leader is to bring their talents to the surface. Understanding the three fundamental elements that affect performance will build team loyalty and cohesiveness. These elements are communication, motivation, and emotions. As...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Keep Employees Happy, Boost Morale And Reduce Stress During An Economic Downturn

    One of the primary concerns that businesses have these days is simple: it's all about determining how to keep employees happy. No matter how stable your company is despite the economy, your staff will have concerns and uncertainty and financial stresses. Unfortunately that stress is something that can be carried...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Motivating People: Why It Doesn't Work

    It's not that your people are a peculiar breed or that they're an apathetic bunch. The fact is that you can't motivate anyone! Motivation only comes from within. People are only self-motivated. Think of it this way: If you get someone to do something they don't want to do, its...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Is A 360 Employee Performance Review

    360 should NEVER be mandatory. It should always be voluntary. If mandatory you will force people who may be having a lot of stress in their personal life to deal with an additional stress load which could push them over the edge. 360 should never be used as a promotion...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Broadening The Scope Of The Training Function

    Unfortunately, when the economy is bad and companies are facing significant uncertainty, senior management focuses on controlling the operational cost of the corporation by shrinking the workforce and cutting down the training and development budget. This initiative serves the company just as a temporary solution due to the fact that...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    9 Basic Steps In The Recruiting Process

    Decide who owns the recruiting process? You or Human Resources. In some companies, HR drives the process. In smaller companies, the manager is usually in charge of whole process. If it is HR, you still need to be involved during many of the steps. Whether you are filling a replacement...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Hiring Super Sales People And Sales Managers

    Hiring successful sales people and sales managers requires a scientific process, not a resume and interview ritual. You've probably been fooled many times from a great impression at the interview, and then the person didn't cut it. S/he either quit, got fired or worse yet, s/he is still with you...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Makes A Poor Project Team Vs A Highly Effective Team?

    When establishing a project team, keep in mind that a small team of just three could end up being a two against one situation, and a team of more than fourteen can lead to slow decision making with some members who might never get to give their input. Also, by...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Teambuilding Tips

    Will teamwork bring in more clients and keep the ones you've got? Yes! People who work together may develop the dreaded "Who cares?" disease. Highly infectious, it slowly erodes all the good efforts that a few excellent workers produce. Great teams don't just happen. They are carefully and purposefully built...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Is A Successful Team A Team That Never Faces Difficulties Or Experiences Disappointment?

    Is a successful team a team that never faces difficulties or experiences disappointment? Of course not. The successful team is prepared for setbacks and disappointment, deals with the issue, stays focused and stays on track. Even when a team is performing well there are issues to contend with, set backs...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Creating The Ideal Conditions For Organisational Change

    It is an organizations ability to manage change effectively which will determine whether it succeeds in the long term or not. Change is ongoing and yet all too often it is dealt with in a way which leaves the organization in a difficult place and individuals feeling traumatized and exhausted.

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    More Than 90% Of The Job Interview Is Conveyed By Non-Verbal Means

    More than 90% of the job interview is conveyed by non-verbal means. You did all the homework for your interview. You know everything about the company, their vision, management style, what skills you have that would benefit this company, and where you expect your career to be in 10 years....

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Job Interview Follow Up - Five Simple Steps To Success

    Job interview follow up is a great opportunity to show your enthusiasm and suitability. Most candidates neglect to follow up on their job interviews. This paper provides five easy steps to follow up professionally on your interview. Get the correct details of the interviewer. You need their full title, full...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Analyzing The Job Interview

    At the beginning of our career, most of us probably dreamed about a good job interview in which we would make such a positive impression on the interviewer that they wouldn't want to wait another day before hiring us. As we grew up, however, it became more and more obvious...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Moving Interviews And Moving On

    Job interviewing is very unnerving for many people, so having to reschedule an interview or having to deal with an unsuccessful interview could set some people into panic mode. Don't fret! These things happen! This paper gives few tips when you are faced with such a situation. If you decide...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Interview With Confidence

    Several days before your interview, research the company - Google them, or if you have access to Hoover.com, LexisNexis, or friends or contacts that know the company - find out everything you can. Who is the parent company? What do they produce? How long have they been in business? What...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    5 Tips To Interview With Confidence

    If you expect to be interviewed, then you may feel pressured to impress everyone you meet, which could make you nervous and self-critical. When you realize that the interview is actually the company's opportunity to impress you, it changes everything. Develop a list of questions for each interviewer as a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    5 Ways On How To Prepare For A Construction Job Interview

    Preparing for a job interview is just like when you're going to your own ball: you have to look ready, well dressed and groomed, and more than eager to begin the challenge. However, the feeling of going through a very rigorous process of the construction recruitment department can sometimes be...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Graduate Image: Interview Tips

    Your image in college may not have been that important to you, but as a college graduate you will soon have to put on a suit and begin interviewing for jobs. If you want to get hired in a traditional business arena, you'd better be prepared to look like you've...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interview Smart: - 5 Things Your Interviewer Really Wants To Know About You

    Interviewing is intimidating, nerve wracking, and can make you feel like you're two heartbeats away from having a heart attack. You only have one shot at making a great first impression so what can you say that will push you up to the top spot and get you the job...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    People Skills Most Important In Job Interview

    Too many folks defeat themselves before the interview begins because they get caught up in their lack of qualifications or the stiff competition or because the organization seems too big and sophisticated. Be sure to offer a firm but friendly handshake, direct but pleasant eye contact and listen attentively. Greet...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interview Preparation Gives Confidence

    The day before the interview (or earlier) decide on what to wear. Conservative attire is usually most appropriate. Suits are a safe bet. Be sure everything is clean and pressed. Last minute catastrophes can sap your energy. Review the directions to the interview site. Do a trial run if you...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Marketing Success Strategies: 3 Proven Ways To Turn PR Into Prospects, Projects And Profits!

    Getting published offline or featured online isn't as tough as you think; what can be the challenge is knowing what to do with that PR once you get it! PR by itself isn't inherently useful, it is critical to have a plan for distributing your feature or article in a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Body Language During A Job Interview

    The rules as regards applying for jobs have been subject to enormous changes lately. You can find information on the Internet about how to apply for jobs. Information can be found about how to write your application letter, the clothes that you should wear and how to carry out the...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Bringing Baggage To The Job Interview

    Nobody's perfect. But nobody wants to hear about your problems and baggage either, especially in the job interview. Some people's lives begin to sound like a Soap Opera because there have been so many extenuating circumstances. This paper gives you some tips to handle those tricky situations to the Job...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Becoming A Motivational Leader

    To become a motivational leader, you start with motivating yourself. You motivate yourself with a big vision, and as you move progressively toward its realization, you motivate and enthuse others to work with you to fulfill that vision. You exhibit absolute honesty and integrity with everyone in everything you do....

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Your Team Could Learn More About Winning Mentality

    Learning about winning mentality could bring about interesting and excellent opportunities for individuals and teams alike to develop in numerous varied areas and aspects such as positive thinking, overcoming diverse adversities and team building. But how can a person develop that winning mentality and remain motivated? One of the many...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Build A Successful Business Through The Art Of Budgeting

    Statistics show that only 43% of small businesses that have employees prepare a budget that projects revenues, expenses and profit. If you include sole proprietor type businesses then that number is closer to 80%. There are many reasons for this staggering statistic. Many owners simply believe their business is too...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Overcoming Job Interview Objections

    Are you an active participant in the labor market looking for a job or career? Do you dread or endure negative experiences with job interviews? It is not fun to go through the process of looking for a job and being hit with objections from a potential employer in a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Top Five Tips For Success In Job Interviews

    It is very important to succeed at a job interview because it is the only step between your employment and unemployment. Once you get an interview call, please make sure if that is a phone interview or face to face interview. Depending upon the type of interview, please take care...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Managing Organizational Conflict

    It is very important to address the actual conflicts between employees and to help them reach acceptable resolutions, etc. However, it would be a mistake for an organization to limit the scope of a conflict resolution to the immediate conflicting employees without also being willing to look at the surrounding...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Software Outsourcing India Offers Best Services

    Software outsourcing India has touched new heights as people from all over the world look up to India in the hour of the need. When it comes to software designing, India has the largest IT possessions and all the latest techniques, which make them superior to every other country. It...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Human Resources And Layoffs, Can You Give Your Employees Any Hope

    Being in Human Resources or owning a small business is a tough job anytime, especially with the current economy and unemployment predictions. Is there anything that you can do to help the employees, or give them hope when it comes time to make some cuts? Just about every industry and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Job Layoffs - Practical Survival Tips?

    Job layoffs have become a simple fact of life in this volatile economy. Dealing with the layoff and staying focused on finding a job is tough. This paper explains some practical steps you can take to lessen the fallout from this traumatic life event. Employees who are laid off feel...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Signs Of An Impending Layoff

    Many people are in denial about layoffs. There are many clues that one is coming but often people just choose to ignore the signs. Forewarned is forearmed. If you notice several of these signs in the place that you work, it is time to get your resume ready and identify...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Performance Reviews

    Employee performance reviews or employee performance evaluations should be a two way conversation. You need to listen, accept feedback about yourself as well as provide feedback to your employee. Employee performance reviews will only be as deep and as productive as your relationship with your employee. If your relationship is...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Exceptional Employee Performance Review Questions

    Once you have explored all of these areas explained in this paper then pursue the more traditional performance questions relating to tasks and targets and start by asking them how they think they went with these areas. Listen closely and only add in your two cents worth when you have...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Give A Powerful And Productive Performance Review

    Do you need to write an employee review? Its one of the most dreaded and important valuable resources in a manager's toolbox, yet many managers don't know how to give a performance review of an employee. This paper provides 10 dos and don'ts to help to create a positive and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Challenge Of Employee Engagement And Keeping People Motivated

    People who deliver the best results are typically inspired by what they are doing. Their work has meaning for them; in contrast to this, those who are denied the opportunity to contribute through their work will soon look elsewhere for ways in which they can make their mark. Given this...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Motivating Employees: Understanding Their Needs

    This paper discusses most of the basic factors that motivates people. And knowing and understanding these motivating factors could help in looking for the proper solutions in motivating your staff. In general, employees are able and readily willing to work if they feel they are appreciated for their efforts and...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Leadership Effectiveness: The Power Of Communications, Motivation, And Emotions

    Effective leaders see more in other people than people see in themselves, and one of your objectives as a leader is to bring their talents to the surface. Understanding the three fundamental elements that affect performance will build team loyalty and cohesiveness. These elements are communication, motivation, and emotions. As...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Keep Employees Happy, Boost Morale And Reduce Stress During An Economic Downturn

    One of the primary concerns that businesses have these days is simple: it's all about determining how to keep employees happy. No matter how stable your company is despite the economy, your staff will have concerns and uncertainty and financial stresses. Unfortunately that stress is something that can be carried...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Motivating People: Why It Doesn't Work

    It's not that your people are a peculiar breed or that they're an apathetic bunch. The fact is that you can't motivate anyone! Motivation only comes from within. People are only self-motivated. Think of it this way: If you get someone to do something they don't want to do, its...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Is A 360 Employee Performance Review

    360 should NEVER be mandatory. It should always be voluntary. If mandatory you will force people who may be having a lot of stress in their personal life to deal with an additional stress load which could push them over the edge. 360 should never be used as a promotion...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Broadening The Scope Of The Training Function

    Unfortunately, when the economy is bad and companies are facing significant uncertainty, senior management focuses on controlling the operational cost of the corporation by shrinking the workforce and cutting down the training and development budget. This initiative serves the company just as a temporary solution due to the fact that...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    9 Basic Steps In The Recruiting Process

    Decide who owns the recruiting process? You or Human Resources. In some companies, HR drives the process. In smaller companies, the manager is usually in charge of whole process. If it is HR, you still need to be involved during many of the steps. Whether you are filling a replacement...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Hiring Super Sales People And Sales Managers

    Hiring successful sales people and sales managers requires a scientific process, not a resume and interview ritual. You've probably been fooled many times from a great impression at the interview, and then the person didn't cut it. S/he either quit, got fired or worse yet, s/he is still with you...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Makes A Poor Project Team Vs A Highly Effective Team?

    When establishing a project team, keep in mind that a small team of just three could end up being a two against one situation, and a team of more than fourteen can lead to slow decision making with some members who might never get to give their input. Also, by...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Teambuilding Tips

    Will teamwork bring in more clients and keep the ones you've got? Yes! People who work together may develop the dreaded "Who cares?" disease. Highly infectious, it slowly erodes all the good efforts that a few excellent workers produce. Great teams don't just happen. They are carefully and purposefully built...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Is A Successful Team A Team That Never Faces Difficulties Or Experiences Disappointment?

    Is a successful team a team that never faces difficulties or experiences disappointment? Of course not. The successful team is prepared for setbacks and disappointment, deals with the issue, stays focused and stays on track. Even when a team is performing well there are issues to contend with, set backs...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Creating The Ideal Conditions For Organisational Change

    It is an organizations ability to manage change effectively which will determine whether it succeeds in the long term or not. Change is ongoing and yet all too often it is dealt with in a way which leaves the organization in a difficult place and individuals feeling traumatized and exhausted.

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    More Than 90% Of The Job Interview Is Conveyed By Non-Verbal Means

    More than 90% of the job interview is conveyed by non-verbal means. You did all the homework for your interview. You know everything about the company, their vision, management style, what skills you have that would benefit this company, and where you expect your career to be in 10 years....

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Job Interview Follow Up - Five Simple Steps To Success

    Job interview follow up is a great opportunity to show your enthusiasm and suitability. Most candidates neglect to follow up on their job interviews. This paper provides five easy steps to follow up professionally on your interview. Get the correct details of the interviewer. You need their full title, full...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Analyzing The Job Interview

    At the beginning of our career, most of us probably dreamed about a good job interview in which we would make such a positive impression on the interviewer that they wouldn't want to wait another day before hiring us. As we grew up, however, it became more and more obvious...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Moving Interviews And Moving On

    Job interviewing is very unnerving for many people, so having to reschedule an interview or having to deal with an unsuccessful interview could set some people into panic mode. Don't fret! These things happen! This paper gives few tips when you are faced with such a situation. If you decide...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Interview With Confidence

    Several days before your interview, research the company - Google them, or if you have access to Hoover.com, LexisNexis, or friends or contacts that know the company - find out everything you can. Who is the parent company? What do they produce? How long have they been in business? What...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    5 Tips To Interview With Confidence

    If you expect to be interviewed, then you may feel pressured to impress everyone you meet, which could make you nervous and self-critical. When you realize that the interview is actually the company's opportunity to impress you, it changes everything. Develop a list of questions for each interviewer as a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    5 Ways On How To Prepare For A Construction Job Interview

    Preparing for a job interview is just like when you're going to your own ball: you have to look ready, well dressed and groomed, and more than eager to begin the challenge. However, the feeling of going through a very rigorous process of the construction recruitment department can sometimes be...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Graduate Image: Interview Tips

    Your image in college may not have been that important to you, but as a college graduate you will soon have to put on a suit and begin interviewing for jobs. If you want to get hired in a traditional business arena, you'd better be prepared to look like you've...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interview Smart: - 5 Things Your Interviewer Really Wants To Know About You

    Interviewing is intimidating, nerve wracking, and can make you feel like you're two heartbeats away from having a heart attack. You only have one shot at making a great first impression so what can you say that will push you up to the top spot and get you the job...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    People Skills Most Important In Job Interview

    Too many folks defeat themselves before the interview begins because they get caught up in their lack of qualifications or the stiff competition or because the organization seems too big and sophisticated. Be sure to offer a firm but friendly handshake, direct but pleasant eye contact and listen attentively. Greet...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interview Preparation Gives Confidence

    The day before the interview (or earlier) decide on what to wear. Conservative attire is usually most appropriate. Suits are a safe bet. Be sure everything is clean and pressed. Last minute catastrophes can sap your energy. Review the directions to the interview site. Do a trial run if you...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Marketing Success Strategies: 3 Proven Ways To Turn PR Into Prospects, Projects And Profits!

    Getting published offline or featured online isn't as tough as you think; what can be the challenge is knowing what to do with that PR once you get it! PR by itself isn't inherently useful, it is critical to have a plan for distributing your feature or article in a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Body Language During A Job Interview

    The rules as regards applying for jobs have been subject to enormous changes lately. You can find information on the Internet about how to apply for jobs. Information can be found about how to write your application letter, the clothes that you should wear and how to carry out the...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Bringing Baggage To The Job Interview

    Nobody's perfect. But nobody wants to hear about your problems and baggage either, especially in the job interview. Some people's lives begin to sound like a Soap Opera because there have been so many extenuating circumstances. This paper gives you some tips to handle those tricky situations to the Job...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Becoming A Motivational Leader

    To become a motivational leader, you start with motivating yourself. You motivate yourself with a big vision, and as you move progressively toward its realization, you motivate and enthuse others to work with you to fulfill that vision. You exhibit absolute honesty and integrity with everyone in everything you do....

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Your Team Could Learn More About Winning Mentality

    Learning about winning mentality could bring about interesting and excellent opportunities for individuals and teams alike to develop in numerous varied areas and aspects such as positive thinking, overcoming diverse adversities and team building. But how can a person develop that winning mentality and remain motivated? One of the many...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Build A Successful Business Through The Art Of Budgeting

    Statistics show that only 43% of small businesses that have employees prepare a budget that projects revenues, expenses and profit. If you include sole proprietor type businesses then that number is closer to 80%. There are many reasons for this staggering statistic. Many owners simply believe their business is too...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Overcoming Job Interview Objections

    Are you an active participant in the labor market looking for a job or career? Do you dread or endure negative experiences with job interviews? It is not fun to go through the process of looking for a job and being hit with objections from a potential employer in a...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Top Five Tips For Success In Job Interviews

    It is very important to succeed at a job interview because it is the only step between your employment and unemployment. Once you get an interview call, please make sure if that is a phone interview or face to face interview. Depending upon the type of interview, please take care...

    Provided By SelfGrowth.com