Leadership skills training & development for creating energy!

Leadership skills training development courses, programs, tool kits, books, seminars and workshops are great ways for creating, building and enriching energy in your life, your career and your organization! This "weblog" uses leadership skills-related quotes, articles, research, findings, practical examples and assessments to help you plan, organize, communicate and manage for growth through all your leadership skills training and development endeavors.

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Bill Thomas is Managing Principal of Mustard Seed Investments, Inc. He is also Publisher and Director of the Leadership-Toolkit[TM], Awesome Leaders![TM] and Innovative Leadership Seminars![TM]. He trains and coaches clients in over 75 countries on various business, organizational leadership, innovative business practices, strategy and technology issues. He also writes papers and consults and lectures on the new models, skills and resources required for wealth creation by knowledge professionals and executives in the Imagination Age.

Friday, November 26, 2004

Will Your Leadership Skills Training and Development Program Boost Your Energy?

I want to examine a few of the reasons why leadership skills training and development programs affect the realms of energy-production, energy-utilization and energy-related investments.

You may not be aware of how energy manifests itself in social settings. We tend to make generalizations about social forces, impacts and conditions which should be associated with the component behaviors, attributes or factors of social energy instead.

How many times do you hear people refer to leaders as having more power than others? Have you ever thought that some people seem to be connected to the "right" people or make those connections more easily than most? Do you wonder how certain people "see" new opportunities when others only perceive problems or roadblocks?

What is power? It is only the authority, access to authority or appearance of authority possessed by a person. If you think a person has more knowledge, more experience or more of a right than you do, then, in your eyes, that person will have more power than you do.

Notice the finer point of this phenomenon called authority - authority is merely an attribute or factor of socially recognized energy - authority grants its bearer [a person] to openly and legitimately exercise a form of social behavior.

Leaders need to understand how energy is manifested, evolved and transformed - we have written an in-depth manual describing how to account for your organization's energies and defining how energy works in the context of social environments and organizational ecosystems.

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