Blog Archives

  • Learning Style Based Training in a Corporate Atmosphere - July 26th, 2010

    Biologically, every person is born with inherent preferences in how they learn. Some may learn by hands-on training and visual images, while others learn from studying the written steps themselves. Scientists have broken the learning styles down into 8 criteria - 4 sets of opposites: Active and Reflective, Sensing and Intuitive, Visual and Verbal, and Sequential and Spatial (Global). The testing for this is a short, online quiz presented by the North Carolina State University that identifies ...
    › Continue reading

  • leadership & corporate training by Parikshit Jobanputra.wmv - July 26th, 2010

    ...
    › Continue reading

  • Twitter Tweets about Leader as of July 25, 2010 - July 25th, 2010

    F1racing: LAP 10 Jenson Button has fallen 12.3 seconds back from race leader Massa who sets fastest lap 1:18.915. #F1 #F110HDB #HDB 2010-07-25 · Reply yhanaalee: @special1004 hello Eteuk oppa . The Best Leader of kpop :) Goodnight :* TakeCare :) 2010-07-25 · Reply f1_tweet: Perez takes sprint race victory Sergio Perez won the GP2 sprint race at Hockenheim while championship leader Pastor Mal.. http://dld.bz/nBr3 2010-07-25 · Reply Renego_Jobs_US: #jobs ...
    › Continue reading

  • The World's Best Ditch Digger! An Inspiration for Leadership - July 25th, 2010

    I would like to depart from my traditional articles to describe a great leader who was also a great friend. This departure is partly selfish, but I welcome an opportunity to describe a person from whom I learned many management and leadership lessons. In the early 1990's I met with the owner of the Fishel Company so that he and several of his executives from around the country could evaluate a system I had developed for process improvement. The meeting took place in Phoenix because The Fishel ...
    › Continue reading

  • Leader's Training Course - July 25th, 2010

    ...
    › Continue reading

  • Why I Miss Mike Royko - July 22nd, 2010

    by Mark Rhoads The legendary Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Mike Royko died in 1997. Over his career, he worked for three different Chicago newspapers. I often miss his take on topics in the news today, but most of all in recent weeks because I think only Royko could have maximized the real entertainment value of the Blagojevich trial in a way that would do justice to the characters. For example, many decades ago Mike ran his own contest to design a new city seal for Chicago. The ...
    › Continue reading

  • Democrats and the Tea Party - July 1st, 2010

    By Ken Feltman of Radnor Inc. Democrats seem to think that candidates nominated in Republican primaries with the help of the Tea Parties will be easier to defeat in November. Many of those candidates hold extreme views, out of the GOP mainstream and divorced from the prevailing views of the electorate. The Democrats need to take another look at those candidates. They are doing better than expected in the polls. In response to that, many Democrats say that when the voters learn how extreme ...
    › Continue reading