Sir Winston Churchill

The "What's Next" Syndrome. The tendency of companies to cut the budgets that govern things such as motivation, advertising and sales training is not uncommon, especially in economies back down. You can be selfish for me? A professional sales trainer and motivational speaker? question the merits of this logic, however, too many well documented studies in recent decades, which clearly demonstrate the importance of strong leadership and motivation expressed in these times. There is no argument that most people are not natural leaders, preferring instead to buy in the views of others and work for them. That said, we, as leaders, have an enormous responsibility to do what to do in these times mitigating? Motivate and lead! It may be necessary to reduce the number of employees, but should serve to underline the importance of the remaining equipment? What are you doing proactively to influence in a positive way the thought of his team today? An example of what I mean took place in England during World War II Blitz in a small factory that manufactured parachutes for the British war effort.

To say that war at that time was not right for the British people, so that the German night bombing was an understatement. The consequences resulting from the factory was not complied with the time and labor of poor quality due mainly to uncertainty and demoralization of workers in the factory. Still faces the difficult task of motivating his employees, the owner of the factory was a success in the end, but only because of its ability to inspire employees to focus their activities in a goal and a clear goal. "You can work in a factory," he said, "but they are not factory workers. What you do for a living is to save lives! The quality with which each buckle is placed, every cable, every stitch? If you intended to use on the front lines? can mean the difference between life or death of your children, your parents, your neighbors, your friends? PAA S SU! "With a renewed sense of purpose, clear vision and a belief that their efforts, positive results could be achieved, morale went up to par with the quality of workmanship and the ultimate success of the factory.

The point is not lost here is, if we focus ourselves, our employees and our country to a higher purpose and away from the consequences of negative thinking of economies turned down, now is the time we take a step forward motivation and leadership. The workers can be galvanized to success through a strong motivation and leadership principles that made clear thereby circumventing the inevitable results of unclear thinking, We would do well to remember the wisdom of Sir Winston Churchill who said: "Never, never, never give up! And omniscience of the Chinese saying," The best time paraplantar a tree was twenty years ago? and now. "Sage advice indeed for the answers to" What's Next "Syndrome.

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