• Just the Facts

    One of the best known, iconic lines in entertainment history, apparently was never actually spoken. At least not by the character to whom credit was assigned. Many Baby Boomers remember the original Dragnet television series which aired from 1967 to 1970. It was a police drama built around actual cases drawn from the files of […]

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  • Just the Facts

    One of the best known, iconic lines in entertainment history, apparently was never actually spoken. At least not by the character to whom credit was assigned. Many Baby Boomers remember the original Dragnet television series which aired from 1967 to 1970. It was a police drama built around actual cases drawn from the files of […]

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  • In Search of Original Thought

    As I get older, I frequently find myself noodling on obscure thoughts from my distant past. It happened again recently when I remembered a quote from my college days. The specific class, professor and subject have long since faded away. But, the quote apparently remains indelibly etched in my psyche. “An original thought only occurs […]

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  • Should You Know Your Employees?

    To some, the answer may seem obvious. But think back to the time right after you accepted your first leadership position. Did anyone offer you the following advice? “Congratulations on your new position! You’re going to be great! I know you have a lot to learn, so let me give you some advice that will […]

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  • Getting Along with Others to Earn Respect

    In the previous two posts, I discussed the first two ingredients for earning leadership respect: consistency and making quality decisions. Assuming you master the art of consistency and quality decision making, I will admit that you will be well on your way to earning the respect of virtually everyone you encounter. And in all candor, […]

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