Tuesday, March 25, 2014

It's Not Enough To Manage, You Must Inspire!

Looking to get to the top of your organization?
You’d better work on your motivation skills.  According to a new worldwide survey conducted by IIC Partners of 1260 business executives the leading attribute Boards of Directors look for in an executive for a senior position is “the ability to motivate and lead others.”
As the release for the survey explained, “68 per cent of top leaders say they preferred a senior executive who could motivate and inspire others” over the ability to perform well. In other words, performance is a given; the ability to get people to do what you need them to do is the crucial differentiator.