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Tuesday Tip 30 November 2010

Practice, Practice, Practice…in the sense that Jack Nicklaus, the legendary golfer, meant when someone remarked that maybe he was ‘lucky’ to have won so many tournaments – to which he replied, “that’s right, and the more I practice the luckier I get!”

Thanks to Tony Barton. Check out the new Red Kite World.

Tuesday Tip 23 November 2010

Always carries a notebook…because good ideas come from everyone, not just the boardroom. — Richard Branson

Tuesday Tip Indra Nooyi 16 November 2010

“One of the most important things for a leader is to identify their own core competency. In my case my core competency is my ability to be able to demystify any complicated problem. Continuously strive to enhance that core competency.”

When asked whether there is a glass ceiling, she replied, “If there is remember it is made of glass and it can be easily broken. All you have to do is try.”

—Indra Nooyi  CEO PEPSICO

From presentation of her Seven-Point leadership plan to the TIE women’s intitiative in 2004.

Tuesday Tip 9 November 2010

What Does Your World Look Like? Leadership insight from Frode Swensen.

Tuesday Tip Indra Nooyi 2 November 2010

“Effective communication is key for success. Clarity and conciseness are critical for effective communications. I urge you to read speeches of great leaders like Abraham Lincoln or John F. Kennedy to see how they were able inspire people.” —Indra Nooyi

Presenting her Seven-Point leadership plan to the TIE women’s intitiative in 2004.

Photo by Robert Maxwell

Tuesday Tip 26 October 2010


Tuesday Tip or Thursday Thought Shaw Communication

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” George Bernard Shaw

Thanks to Andy Lakritz

Tuesday Tip 19 October 2010

One must be fond of people and trust them if one is not to make a mess of life. —E.M. Forester

Tuesday Tip 12 October 2010

Seek first to understand, and then to be understood. —Steven Covey

Tuesday Tip 5 October 2010

Leadership Tips from Jack Welch
  1. Be open to the best of what everyone, everywhere, has to offer; transfer learning across your organisation.
  2. Get the right people in the right jobs – it is more important than developing a strategy.
  3. An informal atmosphere is a competitive advantage.
  4. Make sure everybody counts and everybody knows they count.
  5. Legitimate self-confidence is a winner – the true test of self-confidence is the courage to be open.
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