Empower the Leader in You!
Joan Marques, 2004 - Počet stran: 132
Joan Marques has personified making a difference and establishing change throughout her personal and professional life. After a successful media career in South America, she reinvented herself by moving to California, and embarking on a journey of education enhancement and knowledge sharing. Dr. Marques facilitates various university courses in Business, Leadership, and Management, and writes for audiences around the globe. Empower the Leader in You! is a compilation of 37 articles that are focused on enhancing the reader's awareness in the skills necessary to achieve excellence in leadership, whether it pertains to self-leadership or guidance of others. The book is conveniently divided in 4 sections: Leadership as a Phenomenon, Working on Your Inner Qualities, Polishing Your Leadership Mirror, and Involving Your Environment. As this book focuses mainly on improving one's individual leadership skills, the emphasis is mainly placed on the second and third section. Realizing the fast pace in which most people have to go through life, and the little time they have for reading, all articles are independent from each other, while at the same time: short and sweet, so that one can read this book in intervals without losing track of its essence.
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Good Reasons to Obtain and Maintain Your SelfRespect
Principles of Deeply Contented People
The Power of Adaptability
The Power of Appearance
The Power of Being Different
The Power of Clariﬁcation
The Power of Keeping an Open Mind
The Power of Recognition
The Power of SelfControl
The Power of Silence
Welcome to the Era of NeedCreation
Why We Should All Think Global and Act Local
The Power of Listening
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