• Define Leadership

    Recently I was asked some really good, reflective questions on leadership. The following is an excerpt from that interview. The first question I was asked: How would I define leadership? Here’s my take on defining leadership — I would be interested to hear your response to the same question. Read on.

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  • Define Leadership

    Recently I was asked some really good, reflective questions on leadership. The following is an excerpt from that interview. The first question I was asked: How would I define leadership? Here’s my take on defining leadership — I would be interested to hear your response to the same question. Read on.

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  • A Leadership Lesson from Rock and Roll

    In December 1955, Carl Perkins wrote a song called, “Blue Suede Shoes.” It took the music scene by storm. In the years since then, dozens of artists have recorded “Blue Suede Shoes” – artists as diverse as Buddy Holly and Merle Haggard on the country side and on the pop/rock side – Black Sabbath, Jimi […]

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  • Workplace Gripes: Why Leaders Should Listen to Them

      You’re working away, minding your own business, trying to get something productive done, when suddenly an employee approaches — and the workplace gripes begin. Whether it’s a grumble, grouse, protest, whine or bellyache, the question remains the same: why should leaders have to listen to workplace gripes? Today, I’m going to help you with […]

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  • The Leadership Curse

    Along with encouraging the development of good leadership habits, it’s also my job to shine a light on those debilitating habits which can effectively sabotage our leadership opportunities. One such stumbling block I call the “leadership curse” — you know, the use of profanity. Okay, before I start sounding holier than thou, I’ll go ahead […]

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