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The Power of Purpose Driven Leadership

When you’re surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment and common purpose, anything is possible. – Howard Schultz There is a story involving Yogi Berra, the well-known catcher for the New York Yankees, and Hank Aaron, who at that … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why You Want Diversity On Your Team

Diversity: The art of thinking independently together. – Malcolm Forbes That diversity is at the forefront of importance in the business community is an understatement. It’s as much a part of the conversation now as it’s ever been. Yet sadly, … Continue reading

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Leadership In A Word: Listening

One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say. – Bryant H. McGill A word about listening Listening. Yes, I know, it’s a leadership topic that’s been tackled by the best of … Continue reading

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Leadership In a Word: Mentors

Seek out counsel and be a mentor to people, because they learn how to be mentors. – Cathy Engelbert Word study : a friend of Odysseus entrusted with the education of Odysseus’ son Telemachus 2a : a trusted counselor or … Continue reading

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Leadership And The Art of Change

Life is a long process of getting used to things you started out to change. – Frank A. Clark As the story goes, it was on June 4, 1783, at the market square of a French village of Annonay, not … Continue reading

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Five Rules Of The Blame Game

A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit. – Arnold H. Glasow John Killinger tells a story about the manager of a minor leader baseball team … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why Your Employees Don’t Believe A Word You Say

“Don’t believe what I say. Believe what I do.” —Carlson Ghosn Two psychiatrists meet at their 20th college reunion. One is vibrant, while the other looks withered and worried. “So what’s your secret?” the older looking psychiatrist asks. “Listening to … Continue reading

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