the ceo magazine, leadership

Today leaders are largely defined by two characteristics: an aptitude for making hard decisions; for reading situations and demonstrating credible judgment whilst amplifying certainty, and secondly, an ability to influence others; to persuade, to inspire and to shift hearts and minds.

Both of these characteristics are informed by a leader’s capacity for insight, their understanding of what drives human behavior.

the ceo magazine, leadership
Dr. Shelley Reciniello, Author, The Conscious Leader

Sherlock Holmes is fond of saying, “You see but you do not observe.” Poirot states: “It is the why of human behavior that interests me.”

It pays to do a little sleuthing in the workplace where things are not always as they appear. Let’s look at two different situations:

the ceo magazine, leadership
Howard Fero and Rebecca Herman

The manager of a Major League Baseball team, the manager of a retail store, and the CEO of a Fortune 500 company all have at least one thing in common, they all need to manage a team, and they all need to determine how to get the most productivity and the greatest performance out of their people.  There are many ways to motivate a team, but not all are as successful as others, and one of the reasons for this is if we want to motivate a team we must create a winning culture, and motivation cannot be looked at as a singular occurrence.



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