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Attitude 2: Key#5 For Impact

Attitude – The Winning Edge, The Difference-Maker

In my book Leadership Is Everything, I emphasized the word of world war prime minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill who said, “Attitude is only a little thing yet it does make a big difference.” Attitude is a mindset or a tendency to act in a particular way due to both an individual’s experience and temperament. It explains the way we see things. Attitude is not behaviour: though attitude can be expressed via behaviour. Behaviour is the 3rd and last component of attitude. Skill and knowledge can be certificated, but attitude cannot be.


Knowledge and skills can be easily seen on the surface and known by others, but attitude is submerged, not seen by everyone. A positive attitude will get you anywhere. Period. Our workplaces are littered with workers and leaders with negative mental attitudes.


How will they be productive? They need attitudinal change if they should make headway. I can help you. CONTACT.

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