Monthly Archives: May 2011

Introduction to the “Art of Telling”

“The genius who cannot communicate is at the mercy of the dunce who can.” Every day we’re required to share information, explanations, changes, ideas, directions, and viewpoints to others in our lives. Men and women who use the spoken word … Continue reading

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Land Mine #7 – Confrontation Phobia

The number one gap for most leaders and managers is the inability to hold people accountable for excellence. Below is an excerpt from Marty Clarke’s Leadership Land Mines. 

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Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership is a values and relational-based approach to leadership. It involves identifying and meeting the legitimate needs (as opposed to wants) of those entrusted to the care of the leader. This means getting people involved from the “neck up” … Continue reading

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