Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Aggressive leaders get results
MYTH 2: Leaders are supposed to have the answers
MYTH 3: Leaders do not have enough time
MYTH 4: Extroverts make better leaders
MYTH 5: Leaders do not make hard decisions based on feelings
MYTH 6: Leaders tell it like it is
MYTH 7: Leaders make mission first
MYTH 8: Leaders are highly credentialed and educated
MYTH 9: Great leaders are born
MYTH 10: People will take advantage of a humble leader
The reality of good problem-solving is that our findings prompt us to review our earlier conclusions. Executives who know the secret to framing complex problems can supercharge their organisations
By focusing on both the needs of your customers, as well as those of your employees, you can ensure that everyone’s best interests are taken into consideration when making decisions or driving forward key initiatives within your organisation.
MYTH 1: Only logic matters.
MYTH 2: Just present the one right way.
MYTH 3: When persuading with numbers, more colours gives more credibility.
MYTH 4: You don’t want the other person to say “No”.
"Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Stay lean and outsource what you can.
MYTH 2: Better keep the best for a short time than the mediocre forever.
MYTH 3: Appeal to permanent customer focus.
MYTH 4: Avoid being dependent on narrow markets and few customers.
MYTH 5: Beware of the difficult customers.
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