Monthly Archives: December 2010

US Diversity Score Needs Help!

eweber   December 30, 2010   2 Comments

Most of us run from leadership where one person controls and others comply. My question is: Where do we run? Successful leadership, we know,  depends more on fostering quality differences from high-performance minds.  But how so? Brainpowered tools, as we call them here at Mita International Brain Center,  equip leaders… Read more »

25 Tips to Men + Women = Brainpower

eweber   December 19, 2010   13 Comments

It’s no secret that women and men leaders differ, and  research now shows that’s the case even at rest. My question is: How can we capitalize on brainpower differences between men and women to raise the leadership IQ of our sinking world? Did you know for instance, that while many… Read more »

Traditional or Brainpowered Leadership?

eweber   December 16, 2010   5 Comments

Traditional Leaders Differ from Mita Brainpowered Leaders in 5 Core Areas: Which side of the chart best shows your leadership approach? Traditional Leaders see Headship as Central- while Innovation is Central to Brainpowered Leaders Traditional Leaders   —      Mita Brainpowered Leaders 1 Tell and Deliver Question and Wonder… Read more »

Brainpowered Fix for Financial Fears

eweber   December 16, 2010   No Comments

Would you agree that financial failures tend to paralyze? Or have you noticed how money worries rob personal freedom? It takes brainpower tools to move beyond panic’s grip, when caught between sinking cash and rising expenditures. Holidays can elevate money anxieties. Media  dwells on chilling predictions of financial woes to… Read more »

Do Your Questions Compel Others to Answer?

eweber   December 9, 2010   2 Comments

What’s the trigger in some people’s questions that get even the experts tossing back responses?  Have you ever considered how a second foot adds momentum to your queries? It’s easy to default to ruts through asking questions that generate rigid routines, rather than lead to personal growth.  Let’s say you… Read more »