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Top Ten Skills for Museum Leaders

Recently LinkedIn, Fast Company, and a host of others have written about skills aspiring CEOs need to get hired. It occurred to us that this is something the for-profit world does all the time, but the museum world? 511 more words

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The 4 Alls of the Gospel

It was an early morning flight and being a frequent flyer, I had boarded first and was trying to read my Bible while the rest of the plane filled with passengers.  421 more words

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Be a voice for Maryland students: Apply now, deadline Aug. 15

Looking for a new way to get your voice heard?

David Edimo, the student member of the Maryland State Board of Education, is looking for middle and high school students to join his Advisory Council. 99 more words

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What is Executive Presence and Why is it Important

What is executive presence? It’s your personal book cover–the visage you use to draw people in beyond the table of contents of your life.

And while judging a book by its cover may be unfair, we know that we all do it every day–so why not yield to the idea of sprucing your… – http://magnovo.com/what-is-executive-presence-and-why-is-it-important/

Leaders Say Things Others Won’t Say

I have invited several top leaders, authors, and bloggers to share their wisdom with Leadership Freak readers. Thanks to John C. Maxwell for contributing this insightful post on saying things others won’t say. 369 more words

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15 Leaders of Leaders Attend the New Children's Workers Course

15 Children’s Workers from DRC and Uganda attended the East Africa Children’s Worker Summit in May 2016.  Kristen    Juarez, Emese Balint and David Overstreet were facilitators. 28 more words

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4 Behaviors Account for 89% of Leadership Effectiveness

Mckinsey research* suggests 4 leadership behaviors make the difference between strong and weak leadership.

Top 20 Leadership Behaviors:

  1. Be supportive.
  2. Champion desired change.
  3. Clarify objectives, rewards, and consequences.
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