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365 Days of Gratitude - Day 18

I’m grateful for my team:

For their independence, commitment to doing the right thing, for the laughter at staff meetings, for apologizing when we goof, for the excitement of adding a new person, for pulling the same way! 22 more words

What’s Old Becomes New! The NEW Leadership and the One Minute Manager

For many of us who love to read and study the topic of leadership, one book that is in almost everyone’s library (or should I say iPad now) is the book “Leadership and the One Minute Manager” by Ken Blanchard and Paul Hersy. 418 more words


What Can Situational Leadership Teach Us?

Leadership = Influence

Leadership can be viewed as a process of influencing people. That’s no big revelation. However, the challenge arises when a leader wants to motivate her team or assist in their professional development and she must determine which leadership style to use. 1,414 more words


Perspectives On Executive Coaching

There have been many posts on Executive Coaching in the past in this blog. I love to read about the experience of others in the field and get new perspectives as the years go by.   179 more words

Executive Coaching

What’s Your ONE WORD or PHRASE for 2015?

Never a minimalist with words (just ask my family), the challenge minister Dave Stone recently issued has confounded me.  (Checkout www.southeastchristian.org   Dave’s sermon was preached 12/28/14.)  Dave cited the book, … 632 more words

Elizabeth Hoagland

Kenneth Blanchard: Management Storyteller

It was tempting to describe Ken Blanchard as a simplifier, because that’s what he has done throughout his career; simplify the skills of management. But that is not the essence of what he does. 844 more words

Management Thinkers

3 Questions You Should Always Ask

Cameron walked home as he did every day, entered the house, and turned on the Xbox One he got for his birthday.  That was a great day!   568 more words