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|English to Romanian translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
|English term or phrase: derailer|
|A derailer is not just a weakness; it is a weakness that gets in the way of our progress.|
|Romanian translation:carenta/lipsa (de control )/slabiciune|
Termen legat de comportamentul psihic sau reactii psiho-emotionale la anumiti factori sociali, economici, politici etc.
derailer=slabiciune(dar nu si in contextul tau, din cauza repetitiei cu weakness), carenta/lipsa (de control)/necontrolare
to derail=a slabi(un control!)a deraia/ a se abate de la norme/etica/drum/(colocatiuni: a o lua razna, sari de pe fix).
The emotional derailer=Carenta emotionala/emotiva
O carte renumita: Why Successful People Derail and How to
Get Back on Track (1 ED) by Lois Frankel Ph.D.
The Center for Creative Leadership compared its Benchmarks data with the EQi and found the primary factors in career derailment ( ..care conduc la deraierea/esecul unei cariere) can be measured by emotional intelligence. The key derailers(carentele/lipsurile principale) are:
Difficulty in handling change
Not working well in a team
Poor interpersonal relationships.
Source: Center for Creative Leadership
Bineinteles, ca termenul este intalnit si in alte constelatii lingvistice:
"Incercarile de a rezolva conflictul pe cale pasnica au deraiat de la..."
"Discutiile de la masa de tratative au deraiat de la propuneri... din cauza carentelor in pregatirea informatiilor..."
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Why CEOs Fail succeeds in tracking the downfall of careers and companies by defining eleven "derailers"--the deeply ingrained personality traits that shape leadership behavior. Among them: melodrama, aloofness, volatility, perfectionism, eccentricity and eagerness to please.
Derailing behaviors can’t be eliminated, the authors warn, because they are the shadow of our strengths. Consider, for example, how charisma can cross the line to melodrama or how decisiveness becomes arrogance.
---www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/ detail/-/0787967637?v=glance&vi=reviews - 50k - Cached - Similar pages
Another unique aspect of SLE is the use of peer feedback, a roles inventory and other indicators to put a spotlight on personality flaws that can derail a top executive’s career. DDI has identified 11 such "derailers:" impulsiveness, low tolerance for ambiguity, arrogance, micromanaging, self-promotion, volatility, an aversion to risk, defensiveness, a lack of perception, too much dependence on approval, and eccentricity.
---www.svispi.org/networker/2001/0601a5.htm - 11k - Cached - Similar pages
Why CEOs Fail identifies 11 traits that all have one thing in commen. These traits, in moderation, can help managers be successful. But, taken to an extreme, can destroy a career.
The authors provide examples of people suffering from each derailer and then provide diagnostic tools to help you identify whether you suffer from the derailer and advice to help you manage the derailers that you do have.
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Behaviors That Can Derail Success
.....Instead of looking at the business side of the equation, they focus on the leaders themselves and the personality traits that led them to failure. Specifically, they identify 11 of the most common characteristics displayed by derailed top executives, and offer advice about how others can avoid them. Here are three examples:
Arrogance: Although leaders need to exhibit confidence, overconfidence can be a burden. Smart leaders are able to see when they are being too stubborn, single-minded and self-righteous.
Melodrama: Exaggerated emotions or actions can be a derailer in a business setting because it detracts from other people's performances and impairs a CEO's ability to truly see what is going on. To defuse melodrama, the authors suggest that leaders get someone to videotape them in action, identify the circumstances that cause them to cross the line into melodrama, and make time to reflect and listen.
Volatility: CEOs who exhibit rapid mood swings are unpredictable and can drain energy away from people as they attempt to adjust their moods.
Others derailers include excessive caution, habitual distrust, aloofness, mischievousness and eccentricity.
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