Five Classic Functions

Motivating & Communicating

Enhancing Cooperation Between the Worker and the Management

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Inspirational Leadership

10 Roles

  1. Motivate, inspire and energize people, recognize achievements... More

10 Lessons from Konosuke Matsushita for Corporate Leaders

  • Transparent management fosters growth... More

Matsushita's 7 Core Principles of Management

Managerial Communication

  • Motivating: Motivate people through communicating your strategic focus, encouraging and praising people for their achievements... More

12 Effective Leadership Roles

  1. Communicate openly and honestly; give clear guidelines; set clear expectations... More

The Tao of Communication

  • Yin: Listen to your people

  • Yang: Inspire, challenge imagination... More

Yin and Yang of Employee Empowerment


Successful CEO

6 Attributes

  1. Creating, Communicating and Executing a Clear Vision, Goals and Strategy. An executive's success is affected by the ability to communicate a vision for a company's future, helping employees to navigate through change and motivating them to achieve specific goals... More

Smart Executive

Transform Your Business into an Innovative and Creative Culture

  • Communication is absolutely essential to give birth to a creative workplace in a mature, seasoned culture.  In fact creativity in communication is key to implementing a culture rebirth.  As we have mentioned, major changes in organizations often evokes resistance based on fear.  Imagine a CEO talking about the need to restructure for greater efficiency with innovation... More

Why Change Fails: 8 Common Errors Leaders Make

Effective Motivation: Manager-Employee Motivation Index

Communication & Motivation

the Twins of the Knowledge-driven Economy

  • Those without information can't contribute responsibly

  • Those with information find themselves compelled to act

Eight Basic Personal Needs that Motivate

By: Jim Cairo3

  1. Belonging being a part of the group provides you with a sense of comfort, security, and partnership... More

7 Ways To Improve Communication and Collaboration

By: Greg Jerralds

  1. Develop a "top-down" culture that encourages and rewards open communication and collaboration.

  2. Share the corporate strategy and vision with every employee.

  3. Regularly communicate corporate initiatives, expectations, and results to every employee.

  4. Align division and department goals with your corporate strategy.

  5. Share financial results (both good and bad) with all employees.

  6. Create and deploy a department-level balanced scorecard.

  7. Celebrate successes (both big and small)!... More

Inspiring Culture

Communication a Two-Way Relationship

By: Peter Drucker

Ask yourself:

  • What information do I owe to people with whom I work and on whom I depend?

  • In what form?

  • And in what time frame?



Effective Motivation

Surprising Science of Motivation

Attitude Motivation

Incentive Motivation

3 Easy Ways To Maximum Motivation

The Key To Motivation

How To Get Employees More Excited About Their Job?

Effective Leader

Motivational Leadership

Smart Corporate Leader

Develop a Clear Vision

Effective Communication

How To Communicate Effectively Your Ideas to Others

Winning Organization

Coaching Organization

How To Transform Your Business Into an Innovative and Creative Culture

Guiding Principles To Liberate Employees from the Fear of Trying New Things

7 Tips for Eliminating Bureaucracy

Decentralization and Delegation

Delegation DOs and DON'Ts

Delegation Checkpoints

Teamwork: 5 Characteristics of a Winning Team

17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork

Project Management

Project Communication

  Ten3 Mini-Courses

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Inspiring Culture  (60 slides)

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9 Signs of a Losing Organization

  1. Poor Vertical Communication: people have no clue of the big picture and do not feel that their contributions are important; too much uncertainty; people don't know what top-managers are thinking and planning... More

8 Common Errors in Organizational Change Efforts


By: John Kotter

  • Undercommunicating the vision... More

Unleashing the Power of Motivation

"There are many forms and degrees of cooperation between the worker and the management", wrote James F. Lincoln, an astute corporate leader and a member of the founding family of Lincoln Electric Company. "The worker's attitude can vary all the way from passivity to highly imaginative contributions to efficiency and progress."

Motivating through Communicating Your Strategic Focus

Motivation depends on having clear objectives. Since motivation is personal, aim to align staff's individual drives with the company's purposes in general and your unit's in particular.

Stretch Goals

"Most companies are filled with people who have no clue of the big picture what the organization is really trying to accomplish and because they don't feel that they or their contributions are important, they do their job... and nothing more".6

To unleash the power of your organization and achieve exceptional results, you must empower employees and motivate them to follow through on your strategic focus. Your business will be able to bring new products/services to the market much faster if "everyone within the organization had their heart and soul wrapped up in taking aim and shooting at the same target".6

Leadership-Management Synergy

Effective Motivation: the Art, Science and Practice

Motivation is the process of stimulating an individual to take action that will accomplish a desired goal. Highly motivated individuals can bring about substantial increases in productivity and job satisfaction and substantial decreases in tardiness, grievances, absenteeism, and so forth. Your motivation strategy will determine how easily you can get down and do a task... More

Inspirational Leadership: 10 Roles

  1. Motivate, inspire and energize people, recognize achievements. Financial rewards do encourage people to produce results. But the kind of ownership that really generates energy is not financial. It is emotional. Set stretch goals they energize people. Become a positive, encouraging person. Give people a sense of responsibility and make them feel that their actions make a difference. Communicate with people frequently and praise them... More

Inspiring Culture: 5 Elements

Using Strategic Intent to Motivate Idea Generation

Strategic intent is senior management's primary motivational tool for radical idea generation. Senior management uses strategic intent to communicate a misfit between current resources and corporate aspirations and motivate idea generation when it actively encourages the quest for new opportunities.

The Jazz of Innovation: 11 Practice Tips


Communication strategy is a coherence linkage never to be overlooked. Communication needs to be comprehensively planned and spontaneous, as well as top-down and bottom-up. Communication processes, including the target audience, the message, the means of communication, the frequency, the rationale, and the selection of communicators, must be tailored to each purpose and constituency.

Your People Skills 360

Top organizations have a communication process that communicates the knowledge and information that people need in a way that they understand and can apply to their job. Communication is neither a separate nor a periodic task. Use every means available to let everyone working with you know your plans and your reasons. A manager should provide team members with the information they require to do a good job, communicating with them frequently, and giving them clear guidelines on the results that are expected.

Communication is a two-way relationship, so establish an enabling environment for other could give you the information you need. Use feedback to make certain that communication has become understanding and consensus. Practice management by wandering around (MBWA).

Communicate with reports and benchmarks that track business progress and anticipate issues and opportunities, for example:

  • the annual budget

  • monthly measurements and and benchmarks requiring action

  • key weekly measurements on which action can be taken.

Focused meetings can also foster clear effective communication, and spark action.

Yin and Yang of Communication

 Case in Point  Wall-Mart

In his 10 Rules for Building a Business Success, Sam Walton, the Founder of Wall-Mart writes: "Communicate everything you possibly can to your partners. The more they know, the more they'll understand. The more they understand, the more they'll care. Once they care, there's no stopping them. If you don't trust your associates to know what's going on, they'll know you really don't consider them partners. Information is power, and the gain you get from empowering your associates more than offsets the risk of informing your competitors."... More

The 10 Key Project Leader Skills

  • Communication skills: verbal, both one-on-one and with a group, and written... More

How To Break Down Barriers To Communication

  • Organize cross-functional teams for all sorts of projects. Make them as loose or as formal as you see fit but be sure that there is good mixing and that all of the departments contribute... More

Three Key Benefits of Japanese Suggestion Systems

Suggestion systems are a valuable opportunity for worker self-development  as well as for two-way communication in the workshop... More

17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork

  • The Law of Communication: Interaction Fuels Action... More

5 Factors that Make a Project a Success

By: Eric Verzuh, author of The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management

To be successful, a project must have...:

  1. Constant, effective communication among everyone involved in the project in order to coordinate action, recognize and solve problems, and react to changes... More

Innovation Management Policies for Large Corporations

By: Bill Gates, Founder of Microsoft

  • Eliminate politics, by giving everybody the same message... More

Innovation-friendly Organization

10 Ways To Murder Creativity

  • Don't speak personally to employees, except when announcing increased targets, shortened deadlines and tightened cost restraints... More

Active Listening

Active listening is a habit that you can and should develop. Being a great listener benefits managers by reducing misunderstandings, improving information accuracy, and ensuring that they have complete information from which to work. Employees, peers, and even your manager will open up more when they feel listened to... More

Yin and Yang  of Effective Listening

5 Ways To Be an Unfair Critic

  1. Criticize not just the item in question, but the background of the person or company responsible. If you can point out how much you disliked something else from this source, by all means do so... More


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  1. The Effective Executive, Peter Drucker

  2. Growing Your Business, PricewaterhouseCoopers

  3. Motivation and Goal-Setting, Jim Cairo

  4. Extreme Management, Mark Stevens

  5. The Basics of Leadership, Merlin Ricklefs

  6. It's not the BIG and eats the SMALL... it's the FAST that eats the SLOW, J.Jennings and L. Haughton

  7. Essential Manager's Manual, Robert Heller & Tim Hindle

  8. The Centerless Corporation, by Bruce A.Pasternack and Albert. J. Viscio