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Your head is a terrible place to keep things

As companies grow, the art of delegation is key to grow to the next level. I call it an art because that’s what we call things that are hard to execute. 401 more words

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When to Step Back

There are times when, as a leader, you do have to step back; to “take a back seat,” as it were.  5 Reasons Why Leaders Must Sometimes Take a Backseat… 204 more words


Great Leaders Serve Website

Thanks to Neva for sharing this leadership resource with us:

Great Leaders Serve

This blog contains many insightful articles for professional (and youth) leaders.  Including one that Neva felt was very impactful-  … 6 more words

A great leader creates an environment for the birth of smaller effective leaders, who must share the vision of that great leader.


Things I have learned being President of the Wisconsin Alumni Association of Atlanta

1. How to lead not through power and status but through motivation

  • Leading a not for profit organization is hard work. Every one is volunteering their time – so if they don’t want to do something… they don’t have to.
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I asked for a raise but got a pay-cut instead!

For the approval of a creation lies in the hands of the Creator alone. No other can truly speak to its worth quite the same way.

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don’t do it yourself … DELEGATE!

Would you believe that some leaders don’t know how to or they are afraid to delegate.

Some of the common and frequent reasons that I have heard are that will take too long to train someone effectively, or if too much is delegated, they’ll have nothing left to do. 587 more words