Monthly Archives: September 2012

Most Read Blog Postings – Third Quarter – 2012

The Slob Who Wanted to Please (The Case for Self-Regulation) cedricj.wordpress.com/2012/04/19/the-slob-who-wanted-to-please-the-case-for-self-regulation Courage – It Makes All the Difference cedricj.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/courage-it-makes-all-the-difference/ “What Will People Think?” – Dare to Be Different cedricj.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/what-will-people-think-dare-to-be-different/ The End of Self Improvement cedricj.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/the-end-of-self-improvement/ The Meaning of Work – A Cultural Perspective cedricj.wordpress.com/2011/08/06/the-meaning-of-work-a-cultural-perspective/ Transforming … Continue reading

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Trust Matters

By  Cedric Johnson, Ph.D and Kristine MacKain, Ph.D We all know that when trust is broken, it hurts. Trust is the bedrock of every relationship. Without trust, we are like a boat, left to drift with no anchor. From infancy … Continue reading

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So You Want To Be An Executive? (Part Two) – Job Qualifications

what leadership competencies qualifies a person to be be an executive? Continue reading

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How to Inspire Others

Two Year Anniversary of Blog Two years ago I launched the blog with the express purpose of exploring aspects of inspirational leadership. Nearly 90 postings later my mission is still to inspire leaders in all cultures to inspire others. So what … Continue reading

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How to Give Effective Feedback

Receiving timely and accurate feedback is essential to self-awareness and professional and personal growth. Here are some of the best practices in giving accurate and effective feedback. 1. Try the good news, bad news, and good news approach. Even though many … Continue reading

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