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On Leadership, Employee Morale and The Joy of Ketchup

My father has always been a picky eater. He doesn’t like bold flavors at all, so we did not have the joy of trying different foods as kids. 783 more words


Leading change – what is the first obstacle to overcome?

Ask any business person the name of a superstar CEO, and Jack Welch’s name is likely to be one of the first mentioned. If you’re not aware of Jack, he became the chairman and CEO of General Electric in 1981 and held that position for two decades. 373 more words


Struggling Leadership = Great Opportunity

What do you really see when you have an organization struggling to find leadership?

 I see opportunity!

 When life hands you lemon’s make lemonade.

 When all else fails and you think nobody is at the helm, hold on tight because you’ll be the captain next. 134 more words

Something To Think About

On Leadership, Change and East African Wildebeest

Like a wildebeest in East Africa, successful leaders must dare to change.

Great Wildebeest Migration

The spectacular wildebeest migration in East Africa has been touted as one of the seven new wonders of the world. 844 more words

Leadership Lessons Learned

When You Build Teams, You Build Yourself Too.

[Edited and reproduced from the article “Mentoring is for Mentors too” by James Careless featured in http://www.HRPAtoday.ca

Here’s a highly useful secret that few people know: mentors gain as much from mentoring as the protégés they mentor. 502 more words


How Leaders Contribute to Workplace Conflict and How to Fix It

Leaders can inadvertently derail productivity and innovation through their design of organizational systems.  Structural conflicts between people and departments are often one of the unintended consequences of this. 883 more words

Leading Change

On Leadership, Effectiveness and Succession Planning

When we explore the role of leadership, its application, expectation and outcomes, we find a number of interesting and interrelated functions to which all leaders should  586 more words