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Leadership

09 Feb

The Greatest Test of a Leader

Not wanting to sound too dramatic, may I simply say that I have known, worked with, observed and studied, or rubbed shoulders with some extremely terrible leaders as well as some absolutely excellent leaders! May I also be quick to say that my appreciation and...

05 Feb

Invest and Invite

Invest and Invite. The Antidote to Selfishness! Life can be self-absorbing: no doubt about it! Normally, it doesn’t take long before everything in our little world is about us and ours…not so intrinsically bad until it is exclusively about us and ours. Most often, this happens by...

05 Jan

The Leadership Spectrum

A spectrum can be defined as a continuum of characteristics over a range of distance or time. We rarely refer to leadership in reference to a spectrum or continuum unless, of course, we’re talking about something like 360 degree evaluation (which involves our supervisors (above), our...

20 Dec

Shortcuts in Life

There are hundreds of time-saving, money-saving, and stress-reducing short cuts available to make life better for all of us. We’d be foolish not to look for them and use as many of them as possible! Let there be no question, though, that the most important...