Be Know Do III – The DO

Perhaps followers of this blog know that I will say Do follows naturally from BE and Know. It does. The US Army Leadership Field Manual says it well: “Leaders act. They bring together everything they are, everything they believe, and everything they know how to do to provide purpose, direction, and motivation.” And here I […]

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Be Know Do II – The Know

Without considering the BE in the first Be Know Do Blog, the Know becomes nothing but manipulation.  Nevertheless, let me throw out some guidance on the Knows. The US Army has found that we need four kinds of Know to be successful leaders. They call them: Interpersonal Skills, Conceptual Skills, Technical Skills, and Tactical Skills. […]

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Egoism in China and Ourselves – An Enemy to Consider

I want to start this post with a quote. “The greatest disease among leaders is not alcoholism, it is egoism.”    from Harold Geneen in his book Managing.  Merriam Webster says egoism “is excessive concern for oneself with or without exaggerated feelings of self-importance.” Meaning that sometimes excessive concern for oneself is blatant pride and […]

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Foreign Firms in China Need to Require Best Leaders

Talent management, talent acquisition and talent retention are so important. Yet foreign firms in China often even let China HR manage hiring. They hope to get good leaders hired.    In most companies I visit, HR issues simmer or on top.   This is a key reason for you to up your leadership ability company wide. […]

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The Need For and Path to Delegating Wisely

Not delegating or finding a path to delegating wisely is needed in China.  Let me paste a piece from The China Law Blog : Do not delegate. “A lot of experienced China investors have stories about subordinates who colluded with a target company to attempt (and sometimes succeed) to defraud the investor. Be attuned to […]

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