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, December 10, 2004

Innovative Leaders Discover Energetic Solutions Via Skills Development & Training

If You Look For It - Will It Come...?

Leaders who want to find energetic solutions for their situations need an acute awareness of the contextual cues concealed, residing or lurking within every challenge.

Innovative leaders are able to accurately interpret those cues and then develop appropriate approaches and a series of responses for effectively managing the demands of each cue.

How do they translate cues into applicable meanings, strategies and decisions? Successful leaders transform the obstacles and difficulties facing them into focused training and development opportunities.

In a word, those leaders take action on their problems by being curious to learn new things - problems always equal learning exercises for those types of leaders. To learn is to energize.

The leader is tasked to find the many different sorts of cues in these places:

  • Inside their own organizational empires
  • Buried in the resource groups or entities available to them
  • Within all those they interact with or supervise.

Leaders need to assess the relevance, urgency and potentials for the contextual cues surrounding them. Our book about discovering the sources and natures of social energy is available at:



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