Showing posts with label business leaders. Show all posts
Showing posts with label business leaders. Show all posts

13 March 2018

10 Must-Read Inspiring Biographies of Business Leaders Recommended by Entrepreneur.com

Entrepreneur.com invites you to glean from the pages of the lives of the 10 Must-Read Inspiring Biographies of Business Leaders


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Reading real biographies is awesome!
But creating fake biographies sure sounds like fun!
This teacher suggests using a tool to study biographies differently.  The tool is called "Fakebook".  Just pretend you work for the CIA and you're making up a fake dossier. :)














12 March 2018

Can Gandhi find a place in today's Corporate and Management world? | Anas Ebrahem (Reblog)

Gandhian methods, characteristics, ideas, and ideals? Rituals of visionary leaders? Gandhi was a lawyer so finding a place in today’s Corporate and Management world would likely not be difficult for him to do. But his visionary methods of leadership would probably also get him kicked out of that same world! :) 

Sharing this excellent post by Anas Ebrahem.





Can Gandhi find a place in today's Corporate and Management world?



Can Gandhi find a place in today's Corporate and Management world?

Can Gandhi find a place in today's Corporate and Management world? It has been long lasting debate going on with some of my friends in understanding the relevancy of Gandhism in the modern corporate world that talks of stocks, prices, sell-outs and buy-ins everyday. To worsen the state of their minds, a question of...

Gandhi Seven Deadly Social Sins, Face Art Poster Print
Gandhi Seven Deadly Social Sins




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Related Link:

No Nobel Peace Prize for Gandhi?

 

14 January 2018

4 Things Women in Business are Told (that Men aren't) | Project Eve

Worked a 9 to 5 job for several years in the corporate workplace and don't remember being told this, Also don't remember being doggedly pursued to be offered a management position. If you're going to be an executive perhaps that's when this type of advice is volunteered. Volunteered? Yes. The "4 Things" don't seem like advice that any working woman would actually ask for. If these tips were offered to me, my responses would be:


  • To Thing #1: Uuuhhh ... WHY?
  • To Thing #2: Uuuhhh ... WHY?
  • To Thing #3: You're telling me that? WHY?
  • To Thing #4: Uuuhhh ... WHY?


4 Things Women in Business are Told (that Men aren't) | Project Eve



4 Things Women in Business are Told (that Men aren't)

The glass ceiling is still very much in place, there's still not equal pay, and women aren't sure if they should lean in or lean out. As a woman moving up the ranks in a business, starting her own company, or treading into executive territory, they're told some things that men never hear.
The glass ceiling is still very much in place, there's still not equal pay, and women aren't sure if they should lean in or lean out. As a woman moving up the ranks in a business, starting her own company, or treading into executive territory, they're told some things that men never hear.



27 October 2017

Updated My Twitter Profile (@goshoppingbees)

After listening/reading to all the doom and gloom business reports about Twitter not being likely to survive and maintain its place among the social media giants, I decided to ignore them. Just updated my Twitter profile for one of my niche Twitter accounts. It's for shoppers, shopaholics, wish listers, and such like.




My Shopping Channel on Twitter

@goshoppingbees

~ http://shoppingchannel.webs.com
~ https://blogjob.com/shoppingchannel
~ https://www.pinterest.com/cmoneyspinner/
~ @EverydaySpices @FoxMarks_ATX@cmoneyspinner

Texas, USA
webnuggetz.com/author/cmoneys…
Joined Twitter October 2015

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* My Shopping Channels on Facebook and Google Plus:







31 July 2017

Leadership By Virtue: The Economy and a ‘cultural noise in the background ... (Reblog)

The word "economy" can be traced back to the Greek word "oikonomos" meaning ‘one who manages a household.’ ... : Leadership By Virtue: The Economy and a ‘cultural noise in the background

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Image credit: © 2014 National Days : East Meets West Day



Jaro Berce's blog, Leadership By Virtue, is a blog about his book by that name.  Just recently started following it and picked up on this because it was listed as one of the “Popular Posts”. Indeed discussing the economy is always “popular”. ☺  Those so-called “discussions” can be downright ruthless sometimes. We're talking serious kung fu fighting! Yet and still, in my opinion, gaining even an introductory or elementary knowledge and understanding of economics has its value. 

It's also interesting to note how West meets East, i.e. how westerners make application of eastern philosophy and principles. 


The I Ching or Book of Changes: A Guide to Life's Turning Points












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