Leaders have great ideas. If you have a great idea, why don’t you write a book? How hard could it be? You wrote long papers in college. Perhaps you write extended reports in your current job.
While people under 35 seem to be taking the world’s transformation to social networking in stride, I am finding a trend of indifference or even resentment toward social networking among my fellow Baby Boomer Generation business leaders.
Are you in the job transition process?
Think back. Somewhere in the deep dark recesses of your mind, you have a distant memory of that Introduction to Psychology course. You learned all about brain function, cognition, memory, learning, and emotion. Now you’ll learn how Psychology impacts everyday leadership skills.
So you’re looking for a job and you get that big interview. Your natural tendency is to focus on what you see as the most important factor: YOU.
Leaders Become a Boot Camp volunteer! As the military draw down in Iraq and Afghanistan continues, 300,000 veteran leaders will return to the civilian workforce each year over the next four years.