Becoming An Effective Executive

Written by Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer


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Butrepparttar executive who focuses on contribution and who takes responsibility for results, no matter how junior he is, is, inrepparttar 119479 most literal sense ofrepparttar 119480 term, "top management".

And what applies torepparttar 119481 good executive applies torepparttar 119482 good parent, orrepparttar 119483 good teacher, orrepparttar 119484 good spouse, or any person of great responsibility.

People who do not ask themselves, "What can I contribute?" are not only likely to aim too low; they are likely to aim atrepparttar 119485 wrong things as well.

Above all, they may define their responsibilities too narrowly, likerepparttar 119486 person who sees something wrong that he can easily and quickly set right, but who says, "That ain't my job, man!"

Remember: When you maximize your potential, everyone wins. When you don't, we all lose.

Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer, conducts seminars, lectures, and writes articles on his theme: "... helping you maximize your potential." For more information visit www.maximizingyourpotential.blogspot.com, or email him at eagibbs@ureach.com.


Conducting Successful Training Activities

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7. Use mutually familiar frames of reference.

8. Makerepparttar training meaningful by systematically organizing it.

9. Provide relevant and timely supporting materials in adequate quantities.

10. Watch for and avoid trainee boredom by using variety in your activities, materials, and speaking manner.

11. Provide trainees with feedback and reinforcement about their participation.

12. Provide ample time for repetition and practice.

13. Give traineesrepparttar 119478 opportunity to adaptrepparttar 119479 training to new and different situations.

14. Reassurerepparttar 119480 trainee and use his experiences.

15. Makerepparttar 119481 training practical by developing an agenda that's practical.

Follow these premises and you'll find that your activities will become increasingly successful.

Remember: When you maximize your potential, everyone wins. When you don't, we all lose.

Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW

Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer, conducts seminars, lectures, and writes articles on his theme: "... helping you maximize your potential." For more information visit www.maximizingyourpotential.blogspot.com, or email him at eagibbs@ureach.com.


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