Leadership Development, Doing It On Your Own

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Leadership Development: Doing It On Your Own

Leadership improvement programs are all the craze in the corporate world. The problem with this is always that because of the high demand, the price of participating or instituting such a program via an outsider is often exorbitant. There is, of course, a very simple solution for those who want to avail of training in leadership development: do it on your own! It is actually less difficult than it sounds. Growing your leadership skills is a part of self-improvement and all you have to do that is the will to do so. The following are five actions on how you can draw up and start your own management development plan:

any) Goal Identification You have to set goals yourself. This is important for all ideas because a goal establishes your finish series, where you can say that you have succeeded. It can be as simple as improving you efficiency or learning useful skills. The emphasis here is that you are setting your goal posts and that you will not be moving these. This is why it is important to select achievable and sensible goals to aim for. There is nothing that discourages greater than failure and failing to reach your targets can be devastating in your self-esteem.

b) Skill as well as Value Assessment If you are know what your goal goal is, you need to check if you’ve got the required steps. You need to sit down and also have a moment for self-reflection. Get a pencil and papers and draw up a summary of your skills and character traits. You should try to include both good and bad traits to enable you to have a complete picture associated with yourself. Next, look at your goals and your list and see what can aid or hinder you. Mark them lower you’ll be needing that in the next phase.

d) Action Planning Motion planning is where everything comes together. Determine what you need to do to get to your objectives. Look at your skills have you been lacking any? Any kind of that can help? If you have virtually any negative habits that could hinder you, drive them into account. Yoo do not just help to make nebulous plans right here. You have to settle on strong actions that will help you attain your goal do you need to attend a seminar? Just what deadlines do you have to satisfy? Do you need to read more publications? Draw up all of these plans and put them within black and white this way it appears more solid and achievable.

d) Pre-Implementation Period Look at your actions and ascertain what you need. This is where a person tally up the costs in money, time and dedication that you have to put into it. Reschedule your business time and budget the money. This way when it commences you don’t have to worry about anything at all.

e) Action Stage and Post-Action Assessment Right now, you’ve done all of that, you need to get it done. The key here’s to reach your goal. Perform your best and don’t falter. Afterwards, when the dust settles, it’s time to evaluate your performance did you achieve your goals? How well did it proceed? How difficult was it and what lessons will you be consuming to the next time you need to do this?

There you have it a straightforward leadership development strategy outline. It’s quite easy once you get the hang of it. So, what exactly are you waiting for? Do it!

Comments: 70

  1. William July 24, 2013 at 3:01 am Reply

    I am wanting to go contract with the Army and go to OCS, but my GPA is 2.75 which does not help me stand out. I will have a Bachelors degree in Construction Science, with a minor in Business and a Certificate in Leadership and Development. Currently in the Corps of Cadets at A&M and have plenty of extra activities that I am involved in. What do I need to do in order to really help my chances?

  2. Sarita October 1, 2013 at 8:16 pm Reply

    I’m doing a project in school. It’s like out own mini presidential election, but random students in our class are running. I am Foreign Advisor and I have to do some research about our country’s relationship with others, and I can’t find anything like what I’m looking for on Google. So, I was wondering if you, the people, who know more about this than I do can help me?

  3. Manie October 4, 2013 at 12:59 am Reply

    I don’t want to bore the young people by talking all the time, it’s important that they enjoy themselves.

    Leadership and Organisational development, eg running meetings, and so on.

  4. Cleopatra November 5, 2013 at 2:51 pm Reply

    Hello everyone. I have a phone interview for Coca Cola’s Sales Leadership Development Associate Program and I’ve been busy preparing for it the last two weeks. I’ve researched all types of questions already but if anyone has been through there or has interviewed for another sales training program with another company, I would appreciate any feedback regarding examples of questions they ask. Thank you.

  5. Patricia November 27, 2013 at 4:43 pm Reply

    I have the opportunity to interview with a branch of Consolidated Graphics, called Frederic Printing in Aurora, CO. The position would be for their Leadership Development Program, which is basically a three year rotation in different fields of their industry. The reviews I have read are that they basically overwork and underpay. Has anyone had experience with this program, and more specifically, with Frederic Printing? Any advice would be helpful; I do have other options at the moment but I am wondering which to pursue. Thanks!

  6. Pearle January 1, 2014 at 8:33 pm Reply

    I’m a teenage girl & I want nothing more than to make a difference in the world. When I’m older, I want to be able to tell my grandchildren how I did this for the world. Something big! Something meaningful! Help me choose a path?

  7. Bernard February 24, 2014 at 1:07 pm Reply

    whether they are qualified or not if you notice 9 times out of 10 the boss ,ceo ,leader, president etc. is always a person who is caucasian. please dont tell me about condi rice or colin powell and the 1 or 2 other exceptions to the rule but tell me why in a country supposedly united that I notice this in almost every workplace across this land.

  8. Bailey March 10, 2014 at 11:55 pm Reply

    its a developing company located in Beijing ,China ,the development speed of this company is so amazing.i want start my own small jewelry business,so i want to learn from it.tell me some good ideas…..

  9. Fabian March 14, 2014 at 4:27 pm Reply

    I need the answer for a socials paper I’m doing on the Arab World. Gah, I am so stuck on this question and I need to finish this by today.


  10. Megan April 2, 2014 at 6:02 pm Reply

    I have an MS in computer science. I’m 33 and I have an opportunity to do an engineering PhD not in computer science. If I do this, I would get paid $24k / year, with tuition and health insurance covered. I don’t own a house, and I don’t have a family so I can survive on this.

    The problem is, the PhD would be expected to take 4 years, so I would be 37 when I finish and I will have lost out on about $50k/year worth of income and 4 years saving up for retirement.

  11. Rebekah April 13, 2014 at 7:58 pm Reply

    what are their leadership characteristics

    Thank you
    the most important leadership characteristic they exhibit

  12. Tanner April 15, 2014 at 10:48 pm Reply

    We really want to come up with an idea on like a foundation or a charity or something to help people, especially children. Any ideas?

  13. William April 16, 2014 at 7:01 pm Reply

    I am going to Eastover at the end of March and I wanted to know what WLC is like. How hard is it?

  14. Kindra April 17, 2014 at 5:33 am Reply

    Does the pork that Democrats hand out for votes just lose them the votes of the people that paid in and don’t receive any of the benefits?

  15. Vergie April 21, 2014 at 3:13 am Reply

    I have seen a course which i am thinking about doing:
    Open Water + Advanced + EFR + Rescue + Divemaster course and internship
    £1,150 excl DM manuals

    Any words of wisdom of experiance. I ideally would like to teach scuba diving on a tropical island somewhere hot.. am i just dreaming???


  16. Melita April 23, 2014 at 5:59 am Reply

    I’ve been thinking abouting joining ArmyROTC to pay for college, would national guard be a better choice?

  17. Wm April 23, 2014 at 7:34 am Reply

    Where Can I find harmonious leadership research fellowship?

  18. Kurt April 23, 2014 at 4:12 pm Reply

    Do they have something similar to the “Schengen Agreement” yet? Or are they planning it for the future?

  19. Rebekah April 23, 2014 at 6:52 pm Reply

    Cherry: )

  20. Signe April 24, 2014 at 7:21 am Reply

    I am going to Indiana University and majoring in Political Science. What would my GPA have to be to get into Harvard Law? Or, is there a better option for a law school considering I eventually want to get into politics? Also, what sort of things can I do now to prepare myself for college and politics, which I love? (I’m 15) Thanks!

  21. Randolph April 24, 2014 at 9:26 am Reply

    Hi, I have an interview soon for this role so I thought it’d be good to do some research or ask people about this role… What is the job like in your own personal opinion? What does a business support analyst do day to day(what do you do)? How does the job fit into the the department? What contributions does it make to the overall efforts of the company?

    Thanks in advance.

  22. Nicolas April 24, 2014 at 11:02 am Reply

    Do you ever think european countries are holding back militarily just so they don’t piss of Russia. It seems to me like country’s like Germany do that by only spending 1.2% on it’s military.
    your views?

  23. Annice April 24, 2014 at 11:31 pm Reply

    When I was around 13 yrs old, I dream of a boy I’m positively sure I haven’t met before in real life. We were playing in a house (which I think is mine), playing in the garden. My mom was even there, cooking in the kitchen where I could see her from the garden. I came to her and when I came back outside again, I was upset and sad. And seeing how I looked as I sat on the doorstep, he came to my side and gave me a hand full of candies. I guess he wanted me to feel better coz after receiving it, I felt happy again. Next thing you know, everything else around me faded to black and all I could see was this glowing stone. Just plain round stone. It sort of floated in mid-air and seems to go near to me. As it came, it slowly turned revealing an engraved name. The glow on the engraving was the origin of the glow on the stone. Engraved on it was the name REINZ.

    After that, I woke up. Til now I still haven’t met anyone with that name.

    But being a non-believer in supernatural or whatever invisble force there is, I’m guessing it probably came from the ketchup brand Heinz. LOL.

    Well I don’t really know..

  24. Bennie April 24, 2014 at 11:31 pm Reply

    or does this just seem meaningless?

  25. Sharolyn April 25, 2014 at 4:15 pm Reply

    My wife wants me and the girls to go to church but I feel that organized religion is for weak people. People worship a GOD because they are missing something in their life.

  26. Doreatha April 26, 2014 at 11:15 am Reply

    sorry, if i have grammar mistakes.
    i am from mexico, and some times a lof of countries feels that has the leadership of latin american, but that is our own perception. mexico is leader in somethings, brasil in others, and argentina and chile too. but wich one do you think of them has de best economy

  27. Noble April 26, 2014 at 6:11 pm Reply

    Unrest and starvation and riots creep across the Middle Kingdom. The people there have no recourse but violence, petty vengeance and idiotic superstitions against the unpunished crimes of some members of the elite. Can the so-called leaders of China manage to open up to reality and see beyond their own lies that they have chanted so many times they actually started to believe them? The economy has grown, many people have been helped, but can it last without true, open representation and peaceful debate as well as fair (ideally non lethal) justice for real mistakes made?

    China cannot control anything beyond the borders of Shanghai and Beijing and their allies in Hong Kong. The heartland is a lawless waste, plundered and bare. A few more enlightened leaders have asked for rural development but is there really any leadership capable of effectively carrying out these policies beyond where the money lies? The so called governments in those areas do not respond when the central authority asks them… The military commanders are flush with money and weapons, but do not respect their civilian directors who made it possible.

    China is not a threat to Taiwan. It is a threat to itself and all its neighbors if it cannot keep itself in order. China needs representative democracy and it knows it. Taiwan will not give up what it has earned and to take over Taiwan militarily will cost China all the knowledge and lessons that it needs to adapt to the challenges that the future will have for it. China taking Taiwan militarily will cost it the veneer of political legitimacy that it has built up by preventing complete anarchy and helping its citizens regain some shreds of dignity that were taken away by the incompetent Mao decades ago.

    Taiwan is a peaceful nation, not a threat to China. But if the Government (or perhaps the off-kilter military) of China exceeds its boundaries and projects itself, Taiwan will bleed it dry with the death of a thousand cuts. The only way I could see Taiwan realistically rejoining China is when a true opposition party (or 3 or 10) exists to state their views and debate openly and rationally without fear of violence to themselves or their families.

    The world needs China to have justice for its people. It is too important to delay any longer. Grow the fuck up, punish corrupt members and try and get the free flow of ideas and scientific information into your country. I eagerly await a flood of Chinese engineers, workers and innovators who can help solve the vast problems we all face, as the same members of a planet that needs global governance, together as a unit. The egg shell needs to break itself open and the rather limited myopic view of China’s leadership needs to go beyond feeding themselves and their immediate families, but rather making sure there is still anything left on the planet for any of their families to inherit. Climate change does not wait for your preferences, nor will it wait for America’s preferences.
    @ Ape: nice red herring shot. My job, actually is a text book editor, which means I will have far more influence over what future generations learn than you ever will shouting on Yahoo Answers for years under all sorts of aliases and insulting pictures. I would hope that you can see the logic of my question, and the futility of continuing to denigrate an honorable nation that has helped far more people worldwide than hurt.
    @ everyone- I still don’t see any actual answers to my question. Is there really any control over its own territory inside China or is it just a bunch of poseurs pretending they know what to do and using management techniques from 600 years ago to try and stifle rational discussion and questions within their own country?
    @ Prada- at least you care to discuss your Point of View. However, you don’t see the end result of such a view? Total mutual annihilation. This does not seem like a logical standpoint in the age of weapons of mass destruction. Perhaps it is an admirable, realistic view to take in the case of a small jungle area filled with monkeys who can hit each other with sticks and strength and force are the only option. There are other options that technology has given us. Reasonable, open, discussion on the internet is a very important option. To limit this option limits the amount of ideas and methods that people can use to survive and learn and help one another- which is what allowed humanity to thrive, not the constant swirl of violence. Co-operation is the element that allowed humanity to evolve through difficult circumstances.

    We are humans. We have brains. We can think and anticipate ahead. One path leads to the benefit for a very tiny minority of individuals (1 in 10 000 people at best) b

  28. Leonardo April 26, 2014 at 8:52 pm Reply

    I have one, but sometimes I feel like I don’t know how to best use my knowledge without owning or running a business of my own. I am managing a coffee shop, and while I love it, I feel like there are so many options and I am blind to them! Thank you for sharing your career choice with me 🙂

  29. Darwin April 28, 2014 at 1:28 am Reply

    Identify & explain the five stages of team development.

  30. Norberto April 28, 2014 at 5:14 am Reply

    Right now I am wondering does vietnam have any human rights in that country? do they allow freedom of speech? Religon? freedom of press? just wondering thanks

  31. Christian April 28, 2014 at 11:20 am Reply


    Governance, Corruption and Conflict
    Corruption often compromises the peace and stability of countries in transition. Corruption
    involves exploitation of power by those who wield it—people who, in their official position, exploit
    the power with which they are entrusted by seeking private gain, either economic (e.g., stealing
    money) or political (e.g., stealing votes). While corruption certainly is not the only factor
    responsible for the destabilization of a country, it weakens public confidence in actors involved in
    governance, particularly undermining the ability of government officials to prevent or quell
    conflicts. As Kofi Annan, former United Nations Secretary General, noted in his Foreword to the
    2004 United Nations Convention Against Corruption, corruption diverts funds intended for
    development, undermines the ability of governments to provide basic services, feeds inequality
    and injustice, and discourages foreign aid and investment.
    Some argue that corruption is a concept that is culturally determined and varies from one society
    to another. Gift-giving to officials may be expected in ne country and prohibited by law in another.
    Good governance relies upon responsible civic participation, equality, and rule of law and it
    involves political leadership, bureaucracy, civil society, community leaders and others who play a
    role in or influence decision-making and implementation of laws and policies within society.
    Corruption can undermine institutions of governance that are responsible for accountability,
    transparency and oversight, destroy the credibility of the government, and erode the consent of
    the governed. Without good governance, a society is more vulnerable to destabilization, which
    can escalate to full blown conflict. In many cases, corruption not only leads to instability, that can
    trigger tribal, ethnic, religious or even class divisions, but instability leads to greater levels of
    When outside organizations and countries, such as the United Nations and the United States,
    work to help a state make the transition from war to peace, dealing with corruption is often a
    major challenge. Outsiders can choose to ignore the corruption (facing certain negative
    consequences down the road), deal with it directly, or work with the host society to change
    customs and expectations. For those who hope to prevent violent conflict, how can their efforts to
    reduce, if not eliminate, corruption best contribute to building sustainable peace?
    In 1500 words:
    • Choose two cases from the past twenty years of countries in transition from war to peace,
    one successful and the other unsuccessful. Analyze how third parties handled issues of
    potential and actual corruption.
    • What forms of corruption developed and why? How did corruption affect the
    peacebuilding institutions and processes?
    • Why did one country fail and the other succeed in making the transition from war to
    peace? How did efforts of outside parties to address corruption contribute to the success
    or failure?
    • Finally, what recommendations would you give to third parties about addressing
    corruption that would prevent conflict and enhance the prospects of building sustainable
    peace in countries emerging from war?

  32. Terrance April 28, 2014 at 6:55 pm Reply

    Just wondering.
    Holy crap, that really does sound like moi :O mmm I wanna see more answers too though and see what they say.

  33. Lucile April 28, 2014 at 7:05 pm Reply

    How will you use the material on “Personality and Leadership” to improve your life in the areas of your life where you have taken on the role of the leader?

  34. Jacquline April 28, 2014 at 7:40 pm Reply

    i just finished AIT. went home for 2 weeks and got sent here to Germany. the barracks quite “dead” the whole time as opposed to college type Fort Sam. absolutely nothing to do.

  35. Lesley April 29, 2014 at 3:15 am Reply

    The man who owns Oracle is like the 3rd or 4th richest man in the world and yet I and a lot of people have never even heard of Oracle

    I have had a look over the internet and nothing i find actually really answers it. So can anyone tell me what they actually do. And pleas give an example. Say if a supermaket uses a Oracle product – what does it do for the supermarket? And how do Oracle make money from it? (just a one off fee?) Are Oracle basically a bit like Microsoft except they dont have Windows? In that.. they make a lot of software that people keep buying and paying for support etc.

    Sorry for the million questions and thanks for any answers 🙂

  36. Ranae April 29, 2014 at 9:47 am Reply


  37. Perry April 29, 2014 at 11:16 am Reply

    In my dream i wake up in the morning, i attempt to get up but i cant because overnight i have transformed into a lion. I am then captured and sent to a zoo in Africa. Soon after this i escape into the jungle and am content with being a lion, i no longer wish to go back to being human. What does this mean? Iam so confused!

  38. Trang April 29, 2014 at 2:53 pm Reply

    i’,m do ing a report
    any personal knowlage will help

  39. Christian April 30, 2014 at 9:01 am Reply

    hi guys i read this artical and i don’t understand what it means.. please explain..
    Insight into Group Dynamics

    Here we examine just what affects a group dynamic, we look at setting up the environment for effective facilitation, what can alter it and how, as a leader, to be more in charge of what happens within it. …

  40. Shalon April 30, 2014 at 9:11 am Reply

    I am looking from an organization standpoint in student affairs or higher education, how the specific office, leadership Development got started?

  41. Denna April 30, 2014 at 9:11 am Reply

    Recent Research outcomes are needed

  42. Brett April 30, 2014 at 11:26 am Reply

    how did the great wall of china being built impact the development of the english language?

  43. Fabian April 30, 2014 at 9:03 pm Reply

    Just curious if Marcinko’s Baby AKA Seal Six still exists

  44. Marcelene May 1, 2014 at 9:04 am Reply

    as stated, how do generals become generals and how to privates get to private first class? do they have to finish some sort of training or do something heroic beyond the call of duty? or y’know, stuff like that.

  45. Willetta May 1, 2014 at 5:04 pm Reply

    but his worshipers do ? How can you find any sense in that kind of thinking or reasoning ? Isn’t the goal of a worshiper of God to be the same as him ? To think and act like him.
    Flatulent – Many, and I do mean many, have said to me that they are aware that God does not support wars. That’s why I asked this question. And if you are insinuating that God supports wars.Where in the Bible does it say that ? BTW The wars that Israel fought in the past were directed by God through kings and prophets. Is God talking to Obama telling him to go fight against a certain country ? I don’t think so. When Jesus came to the earth he came to change some things and war was one of them. John 13:35 says I” In this you will know that you are my disciples if you have love among one another “.
    Steimbac – You are still living under the covenant of the law of Moses.Galatians 3:10 says “Cursed is the one that does not continue in all the things written in the scroll of the Law in order to do them ” This means that if you still want to observe some things that were under the ancient Law than you must oberve all the things that were covered by that Law. If you can’t or won’t do it than you are cursed….. The Law served as a tutor but now that the faith has arrived we are no longer under a tutor. Galatians 3:24,25

  46. Lorie May 2, 2014 at 8:21 pm Reply

    1st of all thank-you to everyone who has taken the time to give me information in past questions. So now that I have a little better understanding of the Army’s rank structure. When in the Army do you start to receive leadership training? Is there a special school for it?
    I am asking because I have a very close friend who is making the change from the Marines to the Army . As a Former Marine I have alot of misconceptions about the Army that I would like to correct. I understand that the Army and the Marine Corps are two very different beasts. In the Marine Corps leadership and advancement through the Ranks go hand in hand. All Marines are taught to be leaders. So I thought that is how it works in every branch. But what has been explained to me is that leadership in the army does not start till specialist. Why is that?

    Please don’t answer if you are going to start a fight or say something negative about EITHER branch. I don’t care to hear who is better or why my friend is smart or stupid for switching branches. We are all on the same side.

    And no it is not me who is making the change.

  47. Issac May 2, 2014 at 8:21 pm Reply

    When it became the Soviet Union.

    Before that Russia was the most backwards country in Europe. Industry was scarce. It was a poor country.

    Then Russia became the Soviet Union and turned into a superpower.

    I figure if countries can do it, people can do it too in their social lives. How did Russia do this so fast? How can I apply the lessons of Russia to my everyday life? Note: Right now I’m just concerned with transitioning myself from being like Russia to being like the Soviet Union. I’ll worry about preventing the collapse later.

    I want to be a superpower in my social life. What lessons can I get from how Russia did it?
    The US is also a great example. From 13 British colonies to a superpower in its own right. Anything I can learn from that example?

    And what about Britain? How did that become a superpower?

    And Ancient Rome?

    How can I apply these examples?
    What is the human equivalent of industrialization?

  48. Bruno May 2, 2014 at 9:17 pm Reply

    Can you name types of organizations that Transactional leadership is more suited than Transformational Leadership?

  49. Leighann May 3, 2014 at 12:54 am Reply

    Do you have any strong beliefs or views on philosophical issues? Do you follow a Religion? Please explain in detail. Thanks x x x

  50. Antonia May 3, 2014 at 4:39 am Reply

    I firmly believe in myself that I could be a part of the team projects and leadership development.

    Makes sense? Any slight grammatical mistakes?

  51. Brian May 4, 2014 at 7:44 am Reply

    I’ve tried googling and searching newpapers for an article that talks about leadership and development skill but i haven’t much luck. Is there any article that talks about this subject.

  52. Marianna May 7, 2014 at 3:29 pm Reply

    I would like an in-depth explanation of what they do, and what careers they have?

  53. Porter May 7, 2014 at 7:57 pm Reply

    I was thinking of joining it, but do you actually learn things there? thanks

  54. Terrell May 7, 2014 at 9:13 pm Reply

    I have asked this question late last nite but I wanted to get more answers…so a really close friend of mine left yesterday for PLCD and I know its training but what kind??And while one is there do they get to call or email loved ones?How long does it last? I would like,if possible, answers from ppl who have went through this……Thanks Alot everyone
    yes military terms…lol

  55. Ronald May 8, 2014 at 12:55 am Reply

    What responsibilities do you think a Leadership class entails?

  56. Gwyneth May 8, 2014 at 11:51 am Reply

    Can you recommend personality development programs with value for money?

    Can you comment on the following programs? Which is the best in your opinion?
    1. Dale Carnegie Course in Effective Communications and Human Relations
    2. Stephen Covey Leadership Workshop
    3. John Robert Powers Image Enhancement Workshop
    4. Brian Tracy Seminars
    5. John Maxwell Seminars
    6. Toastmasters International
    7. International Training in Communication

  57. Jene May 8, 2014 at 6:30 pm Reply

    What is Wicca? Is it something to do with witchcraft? Anyone who has a knowledge of Wicca or who is Wiccan please answer. Thanks. 🙂
    Thanks for such a detailed answer! Much appreciated. 🙂

  58. Carlos May 8, 2014 at 7:26 pm Reply

    If you are Muslim then what do you think about your religion ?
    I’m Christian by the way.

  59. Collette May 9, 2014 at 2:57 am Reply

    I am planning on doing ROTC when I go to college next year but I was wondering if cadets go to BCT and AIT? I actually want to go so I can learn. Is there anything similar to that because I do not want to earn my commission and get a platoon and know less than the PFC who just finished Basic Training.
    Edit: At these first two years of ROTC do people yell at you because I want them to yell at me so I can relate to the same stuff the enlisted men did

  60. Guadalupe May 9, 2014 at 3:44 am Reply

    Being club president has been an amazing experience for me because it allowed me to raise awareness for a good cause and cultivate my own character development especially in terms of leadership.

    I think that the last part of the sentence is awkward, but I can’t pinpoint where and what I should change, from the “cultivate my own character development especially in terms of leadership” part.

  61. Hal May 9, 2014 at 1:14 pm Reply

    I will be telling the relationship, development and development of leadership and comm. I thought of the introduction being the definitions of the two concepts.
    How would you start or recommend i start this essay?
    And what else would you include in this excerpt?
    All ideas and any help is appreciated and thanked.

  62. Cayla May 10, 2014 at 2:59 am Reply

    My friend encouraged me to apply to a Master’s program for Leadership and Organizational Development. I figured “what the heck, why not?”. Anyway, we both got in. But I was just curious, what kind of things can you do with a degree like this? Is it actually useful or is it bogus?


  63. Luciano May 11, 2014 at 8:55 am Reply

    i am starting a summer programme for kids from 5-12 years. i need activities to do under each category:
    1 leadership
    2. personality development
    3. confidence building
    4.anger management
    can you all please help me with activities, stories, games or any sort of fun things that will help me inculcate these aspects!

  64. Carmine May 11, 2014 at 9:23 pm Reply

    I am creating a program for college students to develop their strengths in academics and career, and the 2-hour program will conclude with a motivational speaker to help the students feel recharged to finish the semester strongly. I need a name that sounds fun and interesting, yet sounds important (so they can show that they have attended this event on their resumes, and it sounds legit). So far, I have been calling it “Leadership Challenge”, but I’m not really sold on it. Any suggestions?

  65. Emanuel May 12, 2014 at 3:32 am Reply

    I would love to make big changes in international poverty through a humanitarian organization such as oxfam or unicef. Since the job openings for organizations such as these are usually so infrequent and very specific, what degree could I feel confident with, beside something in the medical field.
    A master’s degree*

  66. Odis May 12, 2014 at 5:37 am Reply

    Is there a book published in the last 5 years you want to recommend? How does your recommendation stand up against Maximum Service From A-Z published by IMD PRESS at http://www.imdpress.com?

  67. Galen May 12, 2014 at 2:58 pm Reply

    Prompt: Explain to what extent did the Panama Canal help or inhibit the development of modern imperialism.

    Modern inperialsm – when one country dominates another country culturally, economically, socially and politically.

  68. Jaime May 12, 2014 at 8:59 pm Reply

    Okay so I am applying to ROTC at a local college but I’m not really sure what types of things we will be doing like activities, classes, trips etc. anyone know anything?

  69. Felton May 15, 2014 at 8:46 am Reply

    My friend just stated working for them. I think its a MLM or something similar to a pyramid scheme. I believe it’s a scam. What do you think? Please tell me about your experiences with them.
    Also, I hear they have retirement party for people in their 20’s. How is that possible?

  70. Laci May 15, 2014 at 11:27 pm Reply

    I am looking for a good training company in India for our leadership training workshop and programs. Can anyone suggest some names of training providers?

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