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Perspectives of Leadership

As part of one of our courses, a leader had to be interviewed to gain perspective. I interviewed a person working in public sector. Being a leader there can be challenging as corruption is accepted as the standard norm, and bringing in change is considered a herculean effort. 708 more words

Life Skills On Display

As a big fan of “The One Minute Manager” series over the years I was very pleased to have found a copy of THE ONE MINUTE ENTREPRENEUR By Ken Blanchard, Don Hutson and Ethan Willis (Currency/Doubleday, 2008). 167 more words

Practical Theology

Are You Interested...or Committed?

It is time to ask the hard questions in your pursuits. By determining if you are truly committed, you will know if you want to invest your time. 252 more words

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Coaching Tuesday: Ken Blanchard on the Key to Being an Effective Manager

What is the key to being an effective manager? Ken Blanchard takes a look in two new videos. In the first, Ken shares a story about being a college professor and giving out the answers to the final exam on the first day of class. 104 more words

Coaching

3 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Set People Up for Success All Year Long

If you are a leader, the end of the year is an opportunity for you to celebrate and thank everyone in your organization who, throughout the year, contributed to its success. 518 more words

Best Practices

Ken Blanchard: What Are You Thankful For?

Ken Blanchard recently posted a Thanksgiving holiday video on his YouTube and Facebook channels sharing his thoughts on being thankful along with some of the ways his family builds gratitude into their holiday traditions.  102 more words

Communication

There Is Always a Need for Situational Leadership

Situational leadership has to be one of the most practical parts of leadership. Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard helped develop this theory. They explained how all leadership styles can be categorized in four behavior types such as directing, coaching, supporting, and delegating. 350 more words

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