Category: Dr. Nido Qubein

7 Ways Leaders Can Inspire Commitment to Goals

Dr. Nido Qubein

How to build your dream team and lead them to victory How do great leaders inspire others to commit themselves to their goals? It’s not just that they have charismatic personalities, or that they give a lot of high-energy motivational

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HPU President Nido Qubein Announces Major Expansion

Dr. Nido Qubein

This article was published on April 27, 2016 by High Point University. The time is now for High Point to ignite change that will lead it to become one of the premier cities in North Carolina for business, tourism and education.

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Reaching Success and Significance: An Interview with Dr. Nido Qubein

Dr. Nido Qubein

This podcast interview with Dr. Nido Qubein was conducted by Misti Burmeister and was first published on mistiburmeister.com. Beyond being one of the most articulate communicators on the planet, Dr. Nido Qubein is a humble leader, with a waiting line

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How to Speak Well…and Listen Better

Dr. Nido Qubein

10 ways to be better at both sides of the conversation There are two sides to every conversation, and both are essential to the art of communication. So, how are your conversation skills? Think about it: Are you a smooth

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The Meaning of Servant Leadership

Dr. Nido Qubein

This article written by Paul Lessard was published in The High Point Enterprise: Neighbors Leadership comes in many shapes and sizes. Whether you are talking about community, government, military or academia, nothing is accomplished without people of vision, energy and

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Onward with Faithful Courage – HPU Commencement

Dr. Nido Qubein

High Point University’s Class of 2015 celebrated commencement weekend with broadcast legend Tom Brokaw – named one of the nation’s top commencement speakers by the Huffington Post.  More than 10,000 family and friends attended HPU Commencement Weekend, while thousands more watched

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5 Sure Ways to Fail in Business and in Life

Dr. Nido Qubein

Habits to Ditch if You Want to Succeed When someone falls down in life, there is probably something that pushed them down. Whether it’s a prevailing negative attitude about everything and everyone, or a good, bad or indifferent personality that

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Nido Qubein, A Life of Success and Significance – The Biography Channel

We are proud and excited to share this 30 minute documentary of the extraordinary life accomplishments of Dr. Nido Qubein, president of High Point University. The Biography Channel originally produced and aired the documentary, which prominently features the High Point

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Productive Failure: We Learn By Doing

We learn by doing. Think about the basic skills you’ve acquired in life. You learned to walk by pulling yourself up, turning loose and taking a step. You fell the first time, but you got up and tried again. Each

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How To Avoid Communication Barriers

Successful salespeople learn to recognize and overcome barriers to communication. There are two types of such barriers: those arising from the environment and those stemming from the hearer’s resistance. Environmental Barriers Those arising from the environment include: – Distractions –

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Six Steps to Making Great Decisions

Our lives are the products of our decisions. If we make good decisions, we’ll prosper. So how can we be sure that we’re making good decisions? It’s a lot like making a casserole: You find a good recipe and you

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5 Questions to Ensure Happy Customers

Having a flock of happy customers is like having your own advertising agency. A major study by a commission of business experts found that the typical happy client will tell three friends or business associates about you. Word-of-mouth advertising through

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10 Ways to Lead your Team to Peak Performance

It’s probably true that most people who work with us will never care as deeply as we do about building our business and serving our clients. If they did, they’d probably be working for themselves. Yet there’s a great deal we

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What Motivates Your Employees?

“I just can’t seem to motivate these people.” I often hear that from corporate leaders. I tell them: “Stop trying. You’ll never be able to motivate them.” The advice of a quitter? Not at all, because the next thing I

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Change: Do you Embrace it or Resist it?

If your company is going to stay in business, it has to change, and that can be scary. For many people, change is more threatening than challenging. They see it as the destroyer of what is familiar and comfortable rather

Creating Your Future

Some people wait for the future to happen. Others create their futures. The former depend on the luck of the draw. The latter cut their own deal. How do you create your own future? By forming a vision and expressing

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10 Crucial Factors in Positioning Yourself for Success

Power positioning is presenting yourself to the right person, at the right time and place, in the right way, with the right message. If you can do that all day long, every day, you will be an incredibly successful professional.

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6 Techniques to Write Effectively

Peter Drucker claims that more than 60% of all management problems result from breakdowns in communications. A major study by the Rockefeller Foundation found that 68% of the customers who quit buying from their regular suppliers do so because employees fail

Creative Leadership

It takes a creative mind to exercise leadership in the 21st century. In fact, it’s not enough for the leader to be creative. The people who are led must also be taught to be creative. If change is the norm for

Ten Principles of Motivation

One of the questions I hear most often from executives is “How do I motivate my employees to do the things I want them to do?” The answer is: You don’t! We can’t motivate people. They are already motivated. But

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