Leaders … don’t be fooled by a title!

LeadersLeadership Attributes …

  • Raise the Standard for everyone
  • Sees what is possible for an organization and individuals even when they do not
  • Believe that their vision can be achieved even when no one else does
  • Leaders insists that people do better
  • Perform at a levels never before achieved
  • Inspires, pokes, prods, coaxes, demands, and insists that they raise the bar
  • Forces teams to be resourcefulness
  • Holds themselves accountable.

Non Leaders …

  • View as a job
  • Behavior betrays the fact that they aren’t leaders
  • Lower the bar or at best maintain the previous expectations
  • Accept organizational stagnation
  • Are visionless

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James E. McClain is the author of Successful Career Development: A Game Plan, the book upon which some of our training programs are based. He has over 30 years' experience as a corporate HR executive, small business owner with ongoing experience in career development and as a college instructor. His educational background includes a B.S. and Masters degrees Education and Certification in Financial Planning. Our promise is that "you can pay more for training but you can not buy better training." The mission is to deliver the most effective and cost effective training and development programs.

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