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Incivility: At What Cost? (14 Sep 2005)
Not long ago in Montreal an oriental lady and her husband were pulled over in a routine road traffic stop. The driver, a woman and recent immigrant, was driving on a learner's permit. The police officer took identification from both the driver and...
Five Things Leaders Do Everyday (19 Mar 2006)
As top producers in our organizations and as viewed upon as some of the best mentors in our group we are often asked," what are the things leaders do everyday"? I would like to share these with you. Actually, they are very simple. When we got invo...
What Type Of Leader You Are - Present & Future - Depends On Where You Stand (30 Apr 2006)
THAT UPON WHICH I STAND
MOST IN WEIGHTLESSNESS
OR SHIFTING FOUNDATION
OF SWIRLING SAND.
THESE LOST SOULS
DRIFT UPON VARIOUS WINDS OF POPULARITY
YET ARE OF ONE ACCORD
IN THEIR FORLORN HOPE.
The Secret Word on Leadership (16 Jan 2006)
We have been made to believe that an army of generals can't win a war. We have been all along trained to distance ourselves from the leader within us and to accept the role of followers. Yet, leadership is what it takes for people to advance and c...
Making Your Leadership Your Life (19 Aug 2005)
Companies facing global competition are expecting more from all employees, more initiative, more innovation and more results.
Critical to meeting these expectations is leadership. The word "leadership" comes from a old Norse word meaning "to...
A Leadership Secret: Replace Goals With Processes Using The Shared Dream (08 Sep 2005)
I bring leadership processes that help leaders get more results faster continually. The results will come in a specific length of time. The results will go beyond what the leaders are achieving now. The results can be measured, validated, and ...
The Hanging Of Jonathan Wild: A Leadership Lesson (27 Nov 2005)
Jonathan Wild, notorious English criminal (1682-1725) picked the pocket of the priest who administered the last rites on the gallows at Tyburn. The unrepentant felon triumphantly waved his trophy, a corkscrew, just before he was dropped to his de...
Love as a Weapon (01 May 2006)
Shortly after the twin towers of Babylon fell, a frightened nation wrung
its hands in frustration. What should we do? The answer given was to shop. That is the duty and purpose of consumers.
Back during the Second World War
our frustrated ...
How ToTake Charge In Your Organization (10 Jan 2006)
With energetic, global competition the order of the day, you need to get the most from the people you work with. But motivating people and getting people to follow you is easier said than done.
Leadership is more than just creating a vision ...
Developing the Leader Within (26 Oct 2005)
The most basic defining moment demands that leaders resolve the issue of personal identity which has serious implications for their future. In reading the lives of great men, I found that the first victory they won was ...
The Seven Faces of Servant Leadership (04 Dec 2005)
The 7 Faces of Leadership
Most people can manage when things go well, but true leadership is how we cope with people when times are tough. Our expectations are often unrealistic and not centered on what leadership is really about. To...
Leadership Skill: What is Your LQ: Leadership Quotient? (26 Dec 2005)
"The unexamined life is not worth living." - Plato
As the New Year approaches, I'd like to recommend taking a brief moment of pause from your hectic holiday pace to examine your life and reflect on where you are and where you're headed.
<...>Coaching Leaders - 6 Reasons Some Executives Give Up (11 Mar 2006)
How do you help leaders succeed? Give them some coaching, that's the widely accepted solution. Then why do some executives give up on coaching programs designed to help them improve?
Executive coaching offers a tremendous opportunity to leve...
Coaching Leaders for Change - 5 Ground Rules (18 Nov 2005)
How do you convince leaders to change?
Executive coaching offers a tremendous opportunity to leverage the talent and resources of leaders.
Coaching is no longer reserved for problem leaders. It is frequently sought by top performers wh...
Leadership by Persuasion – Four Steps to Success (26 Oct 2005)
As a leader, your success depends upon your ability to get things done: up, down and across all lines. To survive and succeed, you must learn four essential skills of persuading people. You must convince others to take action on your behalf even w...
Education: Student Leadership Begins From Within (17 Nov 2005)
In solving some of the current challenges facing American public education, schools, communities, and organizations promote student leadership in middle school and high school as an after school or supplemental program. Many of these programs ce...
Our Need For Power (04 May 2006)
Admit it or not, we all have a need for power.
Power provides each of us with several very essential things; the feeling of being in control, the feeling that we're right, a sense of security and the hope that we can accomplish what we want ...
Leadership: Beliefs Are the Initial Gap (12 May 2006)
Any gap in an organization's or even an individual's performance is detrimental to success. The most consistent leadership gap that I have discovered in my many years of business and through executive coaching with my small business client...
White Sun – The Living Examples (18 Nov 2005)
One day, a child made a lot of noise chewing his food. His parents didn't make any effort to teach him even though they didn't like it. On one occasion the child was noisy chewing his food, his father who was moody that day, yelled at him:
Strategic Thinking or the Lack of It - Hurricane Katrina and the Levee System (25 Sep 2005)
New Orleans is surrounded by water—Lake Pontchartrain, the Mississippi River, and the Gulf of Mexico. The city rests an average of six feet below sea level and the city's safety has long depended on one of the world's most extensive levee systems...
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