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April 1, 2009
"The Power of Personal Energy" nominated for Georgia Author of the Year Award
"The Power of Personal Energy" by Dr. Bob Rausch has been nominated for the 45th annual Georgia Author of the Year (GAYA) Awards. Nominated in the Specialty Books category, the book discusses the different kinds of energy people possess and how... Read more...

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September 11, 2007
Who will fill your shoes?
Selecting successors is a hot topic as many baby boomers reach retirement age. Human resource departments are being forced to look for effective ways to determine successors for management—a process affectionately referred to as talent... Read more...

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January 9, 2007
Creating a leadership team that speaks, acts with one voice
Commenting on his company's transformation, a manufacturing company manager said, "We transformed our culture from a bottom-line-driven organization to one that creates value through customer service and core behaviors. The key to our... Read more...

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November 7, 2006
Understanding and motivating the multigenerational work force
Today's U.S. work force is dominated primarily by baby boomers—many of whom will continue to work long past the traditional retirement age—and Generation X employees, along with increasing numbers of Millennial and a few Silent... Read more...

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August 9, 2005
Getting your mojo back
If you are the leader or a manager in an organization, I have a question for you: Do you believe your energy level affects your employees? Before you answer, I want you first to recall bosses you've had and consider this question: Did... Read more...

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May 10, 2005
Making the best possible decisions
Decision-making is an important activity for business owners and leaders. It also can be a source of frustration for both the decision-makers and those affected by the decisions. Although as a leader or manager you always might not show... Read more...

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January 11, 2005
Leadership lessons from the forge
Bob Nichols is a metallurgist in the steel industry. He also is a part-time blacksmith on the weekends. In the midst of one of his weekend creations , he began to draw a parallel between the blacksmith and leadership. Since Bob and I... Read more...

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October 12, 2004
When hurricanes come
As I watched the power of these hurricanes on television, I wondered how they must have altered the lives of thousands of people. What grand plans were temporarily or permanently altered because of these events of nature? It was... Read more...

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May 4, 2004
Dealing with difficult people
Whether the contact is in a group meeting, one-on-one, or even when you think about this person, you get the same negative feeling in the pit of your stomach. These are the people that take not only your time, but also something more... Read more...

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January 13, 2004
New Year's Resolutions
What causes us to fail to follow-through on those well-intentioned resolutions we make every year? And a more important question is, How do we make them stick? Two things cause people to dump their New Year's resolutions – daily circumstances... Read more...

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November 20, 2003
Reflection—Getting the most from experience
As a sharp leader, you look for ways to evaluate progress. You know how essential it is to benchmark activities that make you successful and eliminate those that do not. You understand that it's advantageous to evaluate where you have... Read more...

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July 24, 2003
Tuning a piano—making the most of your best resources
Editor's Note: Is your company in survival mode? There are questions you should be asking and steps you can take to improve your company's position—instead of shooting the pianist. Ever listen to someone playing a piano that's... Read more...

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May 15, 2003
Overcoming organizational paralysis
What if you were powerless or incapable of moving? Wouldn't it be awful if you found yourself in a situation in which you knew you had all the appropriate limbs, plus the desire for movement, but still couldn't move? Paralysis is not... Read more...