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Leadership: Where Is Your Heart? – Part I

There isn’t a day that passes by in your life where you are not required to make a decision of some sort.  Whether you are running a Fortune 500 company or you are a homemaker; you are faced with decisions.  … Continue reading

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Leadership: The Ability to Say “I Don’t Know”

You were promoted to that position that you have worked so hard for in management.  For several years, you were one of the most knowledgeable people in your respective area of work. You were the go-to guy/gal for many people … Continue reading

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A Corporate Infection: Conspiracy Theory and Lack of Trust

Within the corporate world there is an infection that needs to be stamped out once and for all.  There are people, who are supposed to be effectively leading others, who don’t trust anyone who do not report directly to them … Continue reading

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Leadership: The Importance of Making Decisions Part II – A Real World Example That I Recently Witnessed First Hand

My last post was about the importance of decision making. A couple of days after posting it I was in a meeting with some high ranking members of my organization. The topic was a difficult one. Everyone in attendance had … Continue reading

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Leadership: The Importance of Making Decisions – The ability to make decisions, sometimes on short notice, sometimes with limited information, and sometimes under pressure.

The fourth item from the Leadership Principles/Skills Outline was: Ability to make decisions…sometimes on short notice…sometimes with limited information This topic can be applied to any part of your life, but I am going to focus on the necessity for … Continue reading

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Hard Work: How to Successfully Achieve Your Personal Goals

The third item from the Leadership Principles/Skills Outline was Hard Work. There are a million ways to define and/or discuss the topic of ‘Hard Work’. This blog is dedicated to leadership and continuing (higher) education both of which require significant … Continue reading

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Integrity: An Attribute That Everyone Should Strive For

The second item in the Leadership Principles/Skills Outline was the word Integrity. There is one term that all people should strive to have associated with their name. That term is integrity. If this isn’t a word that is familiar to … Continue reading

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Why Does Leadership Matter? Are You A Leader or Just in a Leadership Position?

The first item in from the Leadership Principles/Skills Outline was the following question: Why does leadership matter? First of all, what is leadership? Here is an article that has 30 answers: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/3647-leadership-definition.html From my perspective, leadership has nothing to do … Continue reading

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An Introduction To Leadership

Hello Everyone! I bet you are wondering why I would select a topic such as leadership to blog about.  It happens to be a passion of mine for several reasons.  One of the major reasons is the lack of it … Continue reading

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Leadership Principles/Skills Outline: Is it complete? If not, please post a comment so I can add it! Every topic will result in another blog post.

Leadership Principles/Skills Outline Note: these are NOT in any particular order Note: I will probably add to this list at a later time Why does it (leadership) matter? Integrity Hard Work Ability to make decisions…sometimes on short notice…sometimes with limited … Continue reading

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