In this book you'll learn: -How to interpret our intuitions-How to understand what our bodies are telling us-The secret of body language - the international language which isn't taught in any schools but can help you better understand what ...
Author: Orly Katz
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Surviving junior high! - The secrets of body language, listening and intuition... It happened the first time I stood on stage in front of the whole school.I thought that I was about to burst from all the pressure. To tell the truth I was so stressed out that I hadn't noticed that I really was bursting...to do something else......and...you really don't want to know what happened next... There are no two ways about it - our bodies talk to us and also talk to our environment about us! In this book you'll learn: -How to interpret our intuitions-How to understand what our bodies are telling us-The secret of body language - the international language which isn't taught in any schools but can help you better understand what your friends are telling you, so you can work out what they really mean... Let's find out together what different movements or positions really mean, what lies hidden behind our words and how we can use our own body language to get what we really, truly want. This book, the third in the popular series, (the books can be read in any sequence) includes: -True life stories about growing up! -Tips, helpful rules, simple to do exercises!-Fun 'test yourself' questionnaires-A personal journal All of which will help you discover what the popular kids already know...the secrets of body language, listening and intuition. Most importantly you'll learn how to be "simply me" and to survive Junior High! Scroll up and grab your book today!
In this book you'll learn: * How to interpret our intuitions * How to understand what our bodies are telling us * The secret of body language - the international language which isn't taught in any schools but can help you better understand ...
Author: Orly Katz
Surviving Primary School! - The secrets of body language, listening and intuition... It happened on one of the first hot days at the very beginning of the summer. A few of us decided to ditch school - simply to walk out of the building and spend the rest of the morning by the sea! Right from the start my body started sending me signals that this wasn't OK...my stomach hurt me, and I ignored it, I got a thumping headache which I also ignored. Sarah forged our teacher's signature with incredible skill and handed us the signed notes which were our pass out of school. We went to the gatekeeper holding our notes then, suddenly, he made a comment, one tiny remark which made us all change colors, from bright red to white and we were struck dumb... And you really don't want to know what happened next... There are no two ways about it - our bodies talk to us and also talk to our environment about us! In this book you'll learn: * How to interpret our intuitions * How to understand what our bodies are telling us * The secret of body language - the international language which isn't taught in any schools but can help you better understand what your friends are telling you, so you can work out what they really mean... Let's find out together what different movements or positions really mean, what lies hidden behind our words and how we can use our own body language to get what we really, truly want. This book, the third in the popular series, (the books can be read in any sequence) includes: * True life stories about growing up! * Tips, helpful rules, simple to do exercises! * Fun 'test yourself' questionnaires * A personal journal All of which will help you discover what the popular kids already know...the secrets of body language, listening and intuition. Most importantly you'll learn how to be "simply me" and to survive Primary School! Scroll up and grab your book today! Tags: Children's Books, Kids Books, School & Education Books, Leadership for Kids, Self Help for Kids, Intuition for Beginners, Body Language for Kids
The silent language . New York : Doubleday . Handy , C. ( 1996 ) . The new language of organizing and its implications for leaders . In F. Hesselbein , M. Goldsmith , & R. Beckhard ( Eds . ) , The leader of the future .
Author: Karen M. Dyer
Publisher: Corwin Press
Professional demands on school administrators continue to multiply exponentially. Effective administrators require solid preparation programs, continuing professional development, extensive experience, mentoring, and the support of supervisor and school colleagues. Chapter 1, "Intuitive Ways of Knowing," references research on intuition, including information about levels of intuitive input, and the different stages involved in intuitive explorations. Chapter 2, "Developing Behaviors of Intuitive Leadership," examines intuitive leaders and their abilities to "read" the environment. Some behaviors characteristic of intuitive leaders include recognition of timing, a willingness to act, understanding the importance of shared values, embracing shared leadership, trust, collaboration, and a balance in personal and positional political power. Chapter 3, "Powerful Communication: Reading the Silent Language," demonstrates that communication dexterity is paramount to a leader's success, and provides insight into several forms of communication, including listening, speaking, writing, body language, and silence. Intuitive skills can be applied to practical situations involving the art of communication. Chapter 4, "Intuition and the Paradoxes of Leadership," addresses the major paradoxes of leadership, including the leader-versus-manager orientation, autocrat-versus-indecisive decision-making styles, "facilitator-versus-obstructor," and delegating-versus-leader-centered approaches to solving problems. Leaders must provide opportunities for both themselves and their constituents to become skilled in problem solving and decision making. Leaders must empower the staff to make possible the delegation of authority. Effective leaders should realize the important benefits that result from creating collaborative climates. (Contains 26 references.) (TEJ)
Awareness/intuition. A leader must be aware of nuances, body language, culture, disruptions, feelings, tones, and bad days. Whether this is intuition, or keen insight, does not matter. What matters is that a leader pays attention to the ...
Author: Jane L. Sigford
Publisher: Corwin Press
This essential guide for new and veteran school leaders explores 15 vital topics, strategies, and examples for achieving successful school leadership through effective management.
Intuition enables IT leaders to navigate through the morass of complexity in their environments. ... expressions and body language, to know when someone is lying, and to otherwise feel our way through complex situations. As IT leaders ...
Author: Byron A. Love
Publisher: CRC Press
This book’s author, Byron Love, admits proudly to being an IT geek. However, he had found that being an IT geek was limiting his career path and his effectiveness. During a career of more than 31 years, he has made the transition from geek to geek leader. He hopes this book helps other geeks do the same. This book addresses leadership issues in the IT industry to help IT practitioners lead from the lowest level. Unlike other leadership books that provide a one-size-fits-all approach to leadership, this book focuses on the unique challenges that IT practitioners face. IT project managers may manage processes and technologies, but people must be led. The IT industry attracts people who think in logical ways—analytical types who have a propensity to place more emphasis on tasks and technology than on people. This has led to leadership challenges such as poor communication, poor relationship management, and poor stakeholder engagement. Critical IT projects and programs have failed because IT leaders neglect the people component of "people, process, and technology." Communications skills are key to leadership. This book features an in-depth discussion of the communications cycle and emotional intelligence, providing geek leaders with tools to improve their understanding of others and to help others understand them. To transform a geek into a geek leader, this book also discusses: Self-leadership skills so geek leaders know how to lead others by leading themselves first Followership and how to cultivate it among team members How a geek leader’s ability to navigate disparate social styles leads to greater credibility and influence Integrating leadership into project management processes The book concludes with a case study to show how to put leadership principles and practices into action and how an IT geek can transform into an effective IT geek leader.
intuition, leaders and trusting their, 113 sense and business decisions, 191 head brain, the, 135, 136–137 higher self, ... 214–215 the fear of change and the, 117 your intuitive center and your, 108 inner critic and body language, the, ...
Author: Rick Snyder
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
At last a practical guide on intuitive decision-making for anyone in the business world to get to the answer they need faster. Intuition is the great differentiator in business. Listening to, trusting, and acting on your intuitive intelligence separates you from the pack as most people are not listening to theirs. Intuition is the one intangible skill that enables teams to function at a higher level and add more dimension and power to their ability to solve problems and grow. Yet the question that each business leader and manager struggles to answer is how do you train and develop intuitive thinking in a team to achieve the greatest result? Decisive Intuition is for business leaders, managers, and employees who want answers to this question and are ready to accelerate their company culture. Practice this 6-step process for harnessing your intuitive intelligence with practical business applications. Hear how successful business leaders are integrating intuitive skills into their companies for cutting-edge results. Explore directional, social, and informational intuition and how you can apply them to different areas of your business for greater results. Learn about the 5 roadblocks to accessing your intuitive intelligence and how to overcome them. Discover the latest findings in neuroscience and techniques to access your intuitive, subconscious mind for arriving at better decisions, faster.
Leaders know that sound intuition is built on years of experience, but I know many people who have great intuition and still they don't ... Be aware of other people's feelings and body language. n Start listening to your own feelings.
Author: Molly Harvey
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
Over the past decade the need for practical leadership skills has grown dramatically in both the private and public sectors. Outstanding leadership has become established as a key requirement for managers at all levels. Managers in organisations of all sizes are also expected to be effective leaders and performance-focused coaches. Outstanding leadership is a concise guide to leadership by business speaker Molly Harvey. It is the first title in the Seconds away from series, a new collection of books that covers key management skills, presenting the information in bite-sized nuggets that can be implemented straight away. Future titles in the series will cover skills such as partnering, people management, focus, confidence and balance.
Feminine leaders pick up crucial cues by reading body language. ○ Feminine leaders use warm body language to encourage participation. ○ Feminine leaders use their intuition to supplement their business acumen.
Author: Carol Kinsey Goman
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
Leadership presence doesn't come with a title or promotion - good leaders develop presence over time. Leadership presence is how you show up and contribute to meetings, and whether or not you can project confidence and poise under pressure - do you have already have a presence? Leadership presence is that elusive "we know it when we see it" quality. You may have a leadership title or tremendous leadership potential, but that alone does not give you presence. Being perceived as a leader when interacting with customers, peers or executives is the essence of leadership presence. Your leadership presence is evaluated by others based on how you show up and contribute in meetings, how well you project confidence and keep poise under pressure and whether you can engage others in ways that are authentic, empathetic and motivational. Stand Out walks you through achieving this presence so you get that next promotion and give your career that extra boost. Stand Out explains that the goal of leadership presence is to align other people's impression of you with your best authentic self. Body language expert and executive coach Carol Kinsey Goman teaches the five essential skills needed: composure, connection, confidence, credibility and charisma. She also explains how leadership presence is different for women, how nonverbal communication builds or destroys presence and why self-promotion is essential. This book shows aspiring and experienced leaders alike how to more positively influence the impression they make on others.
... and it reads body language and gestures. Intuition is said to be part of the function of the right hemisphere. As it interprets information it deals with the bigger picture — the forest rather than the trees. If your leadership ...
Author: Marilee B. Sprenger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Discover how scientific knowledge of the brain can make you a better leader Based upon the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience and advances in brain-based education, Leadership Brain For Dummies gives you the edge to influence, lead, and transform any team or organization. Drawing concrete connections between the growing scientific knowledge of the brain and leadership, this book gives you the skills to assess your strengths and weaknesses as a leader, adopt a style of leadership that suits your characteristics, determine the learning styles of individual employees, and conduct training sessions that can physically change brains. The author is an international educational neuroscience consultant and an adjunct professor, teaching brain-compatible strategies and memory courses. She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, and the Learning and Brain Society Leadership Brain For Dummies provides practical, hands-on guidance for applying the information to make you a better leader The Leadership Brain For Dummies positions current and aspiring leaders to be at the very top of their leadership game.
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Author: Eugene Sadler-Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This new agenda for the managerial mind will change the way you think and do business. Eugene Sadler-Smith, a leading intuition researcher and educator in business and management, argues that human beings have one brain but two minds – analytical and intuitive. Management has overlooked the importance of intuition, and under-exploited the potential that the intuitive mind has to contribute in areas as diverse as decision making, creativity, team working, entrepreneurship, business ethics and leadership. “The Intuitive Mind is a fascinating and practical book that will maximize your intuition and help you make better decisions today and predictions about tomorrow! Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung would most assuredly approve.” Steve W. Martin, www.heavyhitterwisdom.com Heavy Hitter Sales Psychology: How to Penetrate the C-Level Executive Suite and Convince Company Leaders to Buy “Eugene Sadler-Smith gives needed attention to the intuitive way of thinking and reminds us that leadership is an art as well as a science.” Cindi Fukami, Professor of Management, University of Denver, USA “From one of our prominent ‘thinkers’ in the management education arena, we learn in The Intuitive Mind how to use our intuitive judgment to improve our managerial decision making.” Joe Raelin, The Knowles Chair for Practice-Oriented Education, Northeastern University, USA “This timely, well researched and accessible book takes intuition out of the shadows and provides practical guidance to solve thorny problems.” Sebastian Bailey, Global Product Director, The Mind Gym