LEADERSHIP

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How to Adjust Your Decision-Making Style

To move up the ladder, it’s important that your method of making decisions develops as you do. This excerpt from Harvard Business Review reports on research drawn from a comprehensive Korn/Ferry International database

Creating Better Business Leaders. By Honing Interpersonal Skills

We see leadership and management as tasks or activities rather than traits of an individual.

A Reading List for Leaders On Their Way to the Top

"This book encourages leaders to make sure they recognize the pride that their workers have in their products. It gets you to focus on who’s really doing the most meaningful work."

Leading by example. Western Montana student leaders gather in Hamilton for training,networking

Leaders understand there is a consequence for every choice, he said.

“You are a leader and someone is watching you.”

Gandhi, Mandela, Mother Teresa, a Tree, a Pillow … Images of Leadership from Future Leaders

"Flying geese are very popular images of leadership…. It’s representative of the fact that leadership is shared — one goose steps forward and another steps back."

"Ordinary" hero of Hotel Rwanda urges world to stop genocide at MSU presentation

"I will never be a free man," if he abandons them, he told his wife. "I will be a prisoner of my own conscience."

Take Responsibility for Rising Stars

They must mentor emerging leaders, from their own and other departments, passing on important knowledge and providing helpful evaluations and feedback. The operating managers’ own evaluations, development plans, and promotions, in turn, depend on how successfully they nurture their subordinates.

How Great Leaders Get Great Results

"Toyota is a car company that challenges itself in a way that makes the world shudder,"

The O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at The University of Montana has received $40,000 to operate the Indian Leaders Institute for a second year.

The grant will help the institute continue efforts to enhance tribal self-governance, strengthen American Indian/state relations and encourage opportunities for future Indian leaders now graduating from post-secondary schools.

New Montana mayors learn the ropes

"The point is to give training to newly-elected mayors who don’t necessarily know what their job is when they get elected,"