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A leader is a reader

At the church where I attend, once you turn 18yrs old you move from your high school Sunday school class into a college and career Sunday school class. 337 more words


What drives commitment?

New research suggests that employee commitment is driven more by the quality of development opportunities and leadership at an organization than the quality of one’s immediate manager or compensation. 9 more words


Leadership 101: The Art of Scanning

What behaviors transform an employee into a leader? 

Well the answer to that question is as long as your arm or if you’re looking at this picture, as tall as a lighthouse. 378 more words

Leadership Quotes of the Day for 4.24.14

“A great man shows his greatness by the way he treats little men.”                                 – Thomas Carlyle

“Your so-called ‘subordinate’ should be valued and treated as you would your partner and friend. 67 more words


The Catmull Chronicles

There are some important lessons to be drawn from the trajectories of artists, such as how one might discover a vocation, turn moments of inspiration into a career and commercialize one’s talents, and these may be of use in cases that stretch far beyond the restricted and economically challenging realm of art.

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Great coaches

I’m always interested in working with great coaches and am lucky to have found a few along the way. How do I recognize them? How do you know if you’ve found one? 178 more words


What It Takes To Be A Great Leader

Great leaders are not head-down. They see around corners, shaping their future, not just reacting to it. Great leaders understand that having a more diverse network is a source of pattern identification at greater levels and also of solutions, because you have people that are thinking differently than you are. 56 more words