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The history of Ferrari

In the video above, we take a look at Ferrari, a company whose history dates back to 1929, founded by Enzo Ferrari.<p>Ferrari remained the racing division of Alfa Romeo until 1939 when founder Enzo Ferrari decided to set up on his own, the first Ferrari-badged car was the 125 S.<p>Enzo's real passion was …

OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE & ORGANISATIONAL AGILITY

<i>Each and every employee can see the flow of value to the customer, and fix that flow before it breaks down</i><p>What is Operational Excellence?<p><b>Operational</b> …

Profit

20 Tips on How to Deliver a Remarkable Presentation

20 practical steps to delivering presentations that are memorable, and effective<p>I'm lucky. I get paid to speak at events that I used to attend. But it wasn't always that way.<p>Things changed when I decided that I wanted to speak at events back in 2004. I was an ambitious Director of Sales. I knew …

Aligning Our Sales Process With Our Prospect’s Buying Journeys

In complex sales environments, the role of the successful salesperson isn’t just about prospecting, qualifying and closing. In fact, the most …

Tuscany, Italy: travel guide and places to visit

• Italy guide<br>• Tuscany<p>Visit Tuscany<p>Tuscany is perhaps the best region of Italy to visit if you want an introduction to the charms of the country, with …

11 Public Speaking Tips From the Best TED Talks Speakers

Use these techniques from top TED speakers to take your presentations to the next level.<p>There's no question about it: TED Talks have raised the bar sky-high for what's considered a memorable and compelling business presentation.<p>That being said, there are a handful of TED Talks speakers so talented …

Fasting slows the ageing process. Sounds unlikely? Here’s the science

A drug that slowed ageing and protected the body from diseases such as cancer would no doubt cause considerable excitement around the world. While there is no such miracle drug, there is a way to trigger these effects in the body without taking any medicine at all — simply by fasting. You probably …

15 Best Things to Do in Florence, Italy

Just 15, you say? We flock to Florence for annual vacations and study abroad, never quite feeling like we've scratched the surface. There are always return trips to make to the Uffizi, the Accademia, and new cafes and shops to discover, pockets of modernity in a city that seems frozen in time. It's …

A Powerful 7-Part Outline to Create Your Business Plan

A 7-part outline to help you create a winning business plan.<p>While my business coaching company, Maui Mastermind, primarily focuses on helping existing businesses in the $1-25 million sales per year range successfully and increase owner independence, I do get asked about the best way to structure a …

'Fake It Till You Make It' Turns Out to Be a Good Strategy

Who emerges as a leader? Why do some people have greater influence over others, such as between friends or co-workers of equal standing?<p>According to …

Here's What to Do When You're Confused About Your Career

<i>The Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely</i> …

Find Your Purpose in Your Most Challenging Experiences

<b>Nick Craig</b>, president of the Authentic Leadership Institute, shares how one executive discovered her purpose by revisiting her past.

What Type Of Company Do You Work For? Engaged, Empowered, Enabled Or Experiential?

A few weeks ago I wrote about the three types of environments that impact every single employee experience (the physical, the cultural and the technological) at every company around the world. From these environments there are four types of organizations that emerge. The type of organization …

Employment

Men are not from Mars and women are not from Venus, new study suggests

Most brains have a mixture of 'male' and 'female' traits, research by scientists at Tel Aviv university finds<p>It has long been an accepted mantra that men are from Mars and women are from Venus.<p>But if you look at the overall structure of the brain, they are generally the same, a new study …

Goodbye staff surveys: KPMG gives annual employee engagement surveys the flick

One of the largest private enterprises in the world has started weeding out one of the longest running "rackets" in human resources: annual employee …

ICF Core Competencies & Executive Coaching

Slacking off can make you a better boss

by Lisa Messenger<p>As a business leader, are you "on" the entire time you're in the office? Do you pride yourself on never wasting a moment during work …

JOIN a LinkedIn coaching group

ABOUT THIS GROUP<p>More about LinkedIn<p>You can find and join LinkedIn groups by searching for groups from the Search field at the top of your homepage. …

31 Daily Habits for Success in Business and Life

You might be surprised at the little things that make a big difference when it comes to getting ahead in business and life.<p>While connections, intellect, and drive all can help a person succeed, consistency is key as well. Just as high-achieving athletes use discipline to win, business people who do …

KPMG liked this guy's work so much it bought his company

KPMG has acquired workplace performance boutique The Performance Clinic after being wowed by its results lowering stress levels of workers over a …

KPMG

The One Quality A Leader Should Never Lack

<i>The Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely</i> …

Coaching Skills Every Leader Needs To Master

We hear a lot about coaching these days. More and more professionals have an executive coach. The movement is even bringing coaching inside companies. International Coach Federation (ICF) Executive Director Magda Mook says, “The trend is very real. There’s a growing number of leaders and managers …

High Level

The Mayo Clinic Model for Running a Value-Improvement Program

In the last six years, a Harvard Business School team has worked with dozens of health care organizations to help them understand the true costs of their treatments for many medical conditions. These efforts were part of the providers’ quest to increase the value of their care delivery — in other …

ONE TO ONE MEETINGS with team members

In my experience getting the best from one to one meetings with different members of your team can be improved with a structured approach that allows …

10 Easy Ways Leaders Can Build Trust with Their New Teams

The new president of the company came in with grandiose visions of the future. She saw the untapped potential of the organization and set a vision …

Use These 7 Exercises to Become a Public Speaking Pro

Having a good pitch can either make or break your business--so start honing those skills.<p>Your pitch serves as a gateway between every new person you meet and their contribution to your enterprise. Land the pitch, and you'll open the door to a bigger conversation that could lead to a new client, a …

Are You Sure You Want to Be a Manager?

Renowned restaurateur Danny Meyer likes to tell newly promoted supervisors that they have just been given the “gift of fire.” As a boss they now have a new and potent power, but Meyer wants to ensure they understand the appropriate — and inappropriate — uses of this gift. Fire, Meyer explains, can …

What to Ask the Person in the Mirror

If you’re like most successful leaders, you were, in the early stages of your career, given plenty of guidance and support. You were closely monitored, coached, and mentored. But as you moved up the ladder, the sources of honest and useful feedback became fewer, and after a certain point, you were …

Reinventing Performance Management

At Deloitte we’re redesigning our performance management system. This may not surprise you. Like many other companies, we realize that our current process for evaluating the work of our people—and then training them, promoting them, and paying them accordingly—is increasingly out of step with our …