Lead to Succeed: The Seven Essential Steps

Written by Gerald Czarnecki

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Onrepparttar other hand, I have worked for leaders who were great administrators but poor leaders, and they were ultimately failures. Simply put: administration may be a necessary condition, but it is not a sufficient condition, for success; whereas, leadership may be a necessary and sufficient condition for success.

My core premise is that if you are to be a successful work leader, your success will be determined not by how great an administrator you are, but how great a leader you are day-in-and-day-out. Whenrepparttar 136757 staff you are “in charge of” believes that you are a great leader, and when you are doingrepparttar 136758 seven essential steps, you will be a peak-performance leader who tastesrepparttar 136759 joy of success.

The seven essential steps to work leader success are easy to remember throughrepparttar 136760 mnemonic L.E.A.D.E.R.S.… Each letter representsrepparttar 136761 essence of a key principle for Peak Performance. L: Love – Friends Like but Leaders Love E: Expectations – Settingrepparttar 136762 Bar Setsrepparttar 136763 Tone A: Assignment – Square Pegs in Round Holes Never Fit! D: Development – The Good Get Better,repparttar 136764 Best Excel E: Evaluation – Leaders Success by Making Judgments R: Rewards – An Organization Elicitsrepparttar 136765 Behavior It Rewards S: Self – Work Leaders Must Lead Themselves For more information: www.deltennium.com/articles.php

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Quick Tip - Effective Meetings Have a Complete Agenda

Written by Steve Kaye

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Goal: A clear description ofrepparttar results expected byrepparttar 136694 end ofrepparttar 136695 meeting, such as a decision, agreement, or solution.

Outcome: The reason (or benefit) for achievingrepparttar 136696 goal.

Activities: A detailed list ofrepparttar 136697 activities that will be used inrepparttar 136698 meeting. This should be so complete that someone else could use it to lead your meeting.

Logistics: Everything thatrepparttar 136699 participants need to know to contribute to an effective meeting. This can include directions torepparttar 136700 meeting room, instructions on how to prepare, and a list of things to bring.

A complete agenda will help you hold effective meetings.

IAF Certified Professional Facilitator and author Steve Kaye works with leaders who want to hold effective meeting. His innovative workshops have informed and inspired people nationwide. His facilitation produces results that people will support. Call 714-528-1300 or visit his web site for over 100 pages of valuable ideas. Sign up for his free newsletter at http://www.stevekaye.com

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