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Category Archives: Leadership
Are you Tigger or Eeyore?
There is a quote that says something like “life is 10% what happens to you and 90% of how you react to it.” Well, let’s just say it’s been a rough three years and I’ve been more Eeyore than Tigger, … Continue reading
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Second in command
When we think of leadership or leaders, we sometimes overlook who is second in command. Whether we are talking about a company, community organization or government, we often fail to notice the number two person. A few years ago I … Continue reading
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They are not mutually exclusive terms. On the contrary. They are forever linked. There is a biblical story in the book of John, chapter 13. The end of Jesus’ life on earth was approaching and he knew it. But his … Continue reading
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Is a leader born knowing how to lead? A simple question but a complicated answer. While you ponder that, a group from a local business association of which I’m a part, decided to work with local elementary schools through a … Continue reading
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B-flat or A-sharp?
As a leader, it’s up to you to set the tone of your organization. And not to overuse musical terms, but is it upbeat or a downbeat? Does it need a tune up? Tweet
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