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Advantages of Leadership Coaching

Advantages of Leadership Coaching Exclusive benefits and advantages of leadership coaching are wide-reaching and positively influence the business, shareholders, and board members of the organization. The business investment simply makes cents. A well versed leader can lead priorities forward and add value to the bottom line which can be measured by the number of people […]

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Soft Skills vs. Hard Skills: Underestimating Complexity!

Soft skills are defined as such, in order to marginalize. The applied internal systems are vastly complex and difficult to define. This makes self-perceived experts extremely uncomfortable. “Soft” skills do not operate using an interval scale and are dissimilar to finance or physics. The central challenge in applying and understanding “soft” skills is the systems […]

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8 Traits of High-Potential Future Leaders

Training and Development in organizations focuses on maximizing employee abilities to contribute to the organization’s success. “Talent” in organizations is equivalent to the Fountain of Youth and identifying this valuable commodity is the 1st task necessary for a competitive advantage. The questions that needs to be addressed are: how do we identify the talent we need before our competitors […]

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Leadership Coaching – Return on Investment (ROI)

The transferring of leadership knowledge has been identified in several circumstances including action learning, mentoring, multi-rater feedback, and more specifically, Executive Leadership Coaching. Multi-rater feedback has been shown in several research articles to be more effective with the implementation of executive leadership coaching. Mentoring is a wonderful tool that transfers the ability to operate within […]

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Self-Leadership & Mentorship: Collectively Creating a Better Future

Keith Lawrence Miller, M.A., PCC, BCC, CPRW Elite Pro Coach | Ivy League Resumes ICF Certified & Credentialed Coach (PCC) | Board Certified Coach (BCC) M.A. Columbia University | Organizational Psychologist (855) My-Pro-Coach | Skype (718) 717-2820 http://EliteProCoach.com | www.LinkedIn.com/in/keithlawmiller   Leadership coaching is dedicated to enhancing leadership skills and abilities by enhancing the leader within […]

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What do Infants have to do with Leadership?

What do Infants have to do with Leadership? Everything! Leaders need followers to be labeled a leader. Without followers there is no leader. People make up groups and groups are formed with individuals that have similar characteristics. Groups need leaders and understanding the core unconscious formation of groups is essential for instilling an appropriate leadership […]

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Hurricane Sandy: Leadership from Within

People piling their ruined belongings in their front yards, cars piled on top of cars, and whole areas destroyed. People struggling without electricity to keep warm, and in some cases, there were no homes to pick-up. The devastation was enormous – a mini Katrina event that has rocked the core of New York. Billions of […]

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Michelle On Leadership

The 9 systems of leadership are relational, psychological, leverage of power, leverage of skill, negotiation, sacrifice, responsibility, living in paradox, and vision. Michelle Obama’s Democratic National Convention speech effectively and seamlessly touched on the leadership system which is why her speech has been revered by the public and critics alike. Relational Her speech began with […]

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9 Systems of Leadership

The 9 systems of Leadership include: Relational, Psychological, Powerful, Skillful, Negotiation, Sacrifice, Responsibility, Paradox, and Vision.   Keith Lawrence Miller, M.A., PCC, BCC, CPRW Elite Pro Coach | Ivy League Resumes ICF Certified & Credentialed Coach (PCC) | Board Certified Coach (BCC) M.A. Columbia University | Organizational Psychologist (855) My-Pro-Coach | Skype (718) 717-2820 http://EliteProCoach.com | […]

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Strategy Demystified

The term strategy is widely used and applied to many processes and situations in which are not strategy. The concept of strategy is misused in many circumstances and not truly understood. Most people look like a deer in the headlights when “Strategy” is mentioned. The following is a quick and concise guide to understanding “Strategy”. The […]

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Twitter Uncensored

What happened to Freedom of Speech? Social media is an extension of our social freedom of speech. Amazon was recently regulated to pay taxes. They had a previous unfair competitive advantage for years because of slow Internet regulations regarding sales tax. The connection is this: our freedom of speech is compromised when using social media. The written word […]

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Leader Dilemma: Follower Fear and Future Uncertainty

People have needs. Needs are central to life. Unfulfilled needs create motivation and people are willing to do anything if their needs become extreme. What would you be willing to do for food or water if you were trapped in the desert? I bet you can’t imagine what you would truly do because it’s too […]

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Leadership Rules: Is there an Unfair Advantage in MMA?

Anderson Silva & Chael Sonnen will meet in the center of the octagon to compete in hand-to-hand combat to declare a winner of their highly anticipated rematch. There are no weapons used in MMA. Each fighter has to meet a specific weight to compete with determined fairness. But, is the fight really fair? Do the two […]

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Leadership on U.S. Health and asking “HOW” for Long-Term Success

Click here —> Leadership on U.S. Health Care <— for the audio The current health system is broken. Corruption, theft, and incompetence are a few of the problems. Health is the basic essential to living a satisfied life and everything else is extra. Everyone needs to take responsibility and end the blame game. Requiring everyone to […]

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The Future of Leadership

According to Abraham Maslow, Peter Drucker’s management principles accurately apply to the leaders who have evolved and are at the top of human development. These leaders have met all of their requirements in life and their needs are fulfilled. The strategies purported by Peter Drucker neatly fit the lifestyle of the prototypical leader. Applying Peter […]

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37 Traits of Leadership

Resiliency Integrity Charisma Vision Fairness Consideration for others Leading diverse employees Intellectual stimulation Courage Loyalty Dependability Self confidence Responsibility and accountability Flexibility Judgment Perseverance/tenacity Desire Mentoring and developing Decision making Communications Negotiation Delegation Empowerment Prioritizing Decisiveness Physical and emotional stamina Goal setting Planning Organizing Measuring business performance Measuring employee performance Assessing risks Reward and recognition […]

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