Good Morning, Quote of the Day “No one who achieves success does so without acknowledging the help of others. The wise and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude.” – Alfred North Whitehead Things to Learn From 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey In Habit 5, “Seek First To Understand, Then To Be Understood,” …
Quote of the Day “Love is more than just a feeling. It’s a process requiring continual attention. Loving well takes laughter, loyalty, and wanting more to be able to say ‘I understand’ than to hear ‘You’re right’.” -Molleen Matsumura   Things to Learn from Simple Acts of Kindness, Ray Alonzo Compliment your server on something you …
“What we need is more people who specialize in the impossible.”   – Theodore Roethke
Sunday, September 11, 2011 Manager’s Thought of the Day “There’s no telling how far a person can go if he’s willing to let other people take the credit.” -Robert Woodruff, former CEO, Coca-Cola Company 365 Ways To Manager Better, Bob Nelson
Manager’s Thought of the Day “There’s absolutely no limit to what plain, ordinary, working people can accomplish if they’re given the opportunity and encouragement to do their best.” – Sam Walton, Founder, Wal-Mart 365 Ways to Manage Better, Bob Nelson
Manager’s Thought of the Day “We may need to solve problems not by removing the cause but by designing the way forward even if the cause remains in place.” – Edward de Bono
Manager’s Thought of the Day “Before you reach an objective, you must be ready with a new one, and you must start to communicate it to the organization. But it is not the goal itself that is important as much as the fight to get there.” – Jan Carlzon, Former CEO, Scandinavian Airlines System The …
Manager’s Thought of the Day The Rules of Management, Richard Templar Celebrate “If people are coming to work excited … if they’re making mistakes freely and fearlessly … if they’re having fun … if they’re concentrating on doing things, rather than preparing reports and going to meetings – then somewhere you have leaders.” -Robert Townsend, …
Manager’s Thought of the Day from Reflections for Managers, by Bruce Hyland and Merle Yost You Are Responsible For Your Feelings And Actions We ultimately control our attitudes, feelings, and viewpoints. Employees reflect the attitude of the leader. Look to see if what you think and do are helping our organization succeed, or preventing it from …
Manager’s Thought of the Day THE RIGHT EXAMPLE Leadership is about setting the right example. When people see the leader doing the right thing, they will be motivated to follow that example without being told. Proper example is the foundation of a strong culture. Good example emerges from being honest and acting in accordance with …
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