Leadership ‘n’ Communication

Managing Negativity in the Workplace

February 20, 2009
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By Craig Price There are a lot of various programs and books out there that claim they can eliminate all negativity. And while they are all well intentioned, they cannot deliver on that promise because negativity is a natural, ingrained thought process. You can’t get rid of it. Not completely, anyway. Even if you...

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People Issues in Project Management

December 9, 2008
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- Herry Hendarto PMP Project managers are often assigned as proposal managers and asked to plan and put an estimate to arrive at an acceptable proposal during the project proposal stage; and upon winning the project to manage the projects with little or no authority, dictated time frames and deliverables, and essentially told to just...

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Lesson in Leadership

September 12, 2006
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Having just completed the Indian epic, Mahabharata, I am pondering over a statement which a insignificant character in the story makes to the another. He says, “The citizens of a country, whose king is weak, should not marry and beget children. A worhty family life, with culture and domestic happiness, is possible only under...

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Divine Vision – III

July 5, 2006
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Earlier parts Divine Vision I Divine Vision II Eventually, world was a safer place to live!!! Sounds like a plot from Hollywood? Yeah it is a plot, but not from Hollywood. In the most simplistic terms, it is one of the interpretations of “The Mahabharata“, a sacred Hindu scripture. Some believe its a mythological...

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Divine Vision – II

July 1, 2006
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And he thought he created the future of his own choice… The powerful thoughts have parallels and nature has her own ways. When the King was preparing to strike back and his sons were getting ‘manufactured to do so’, somewhere, in distant part of the planet, some sages and saints, who were dedicated to...

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Divine Vision – I

June 30, 2006
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He thought he created the future… Prince of a flourishing kingdom, aspired to be the King, lost the throne to his younger brother because he was blind. But the destiny had some different plans, the younger of siblings met with premature death and the prince found himself on the throne. The sages, saints and...

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