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Scrutinizing the Latest Events in the NSA Scandal by Lee Ellis As a former POW in the camps of North Vietnam, I think my comrades and I saw the purest example of leadership possible. Our senior leaders put their country … Continue reading
by Karlin Sloan “There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread.” Mother Teresa (1910-1997); Founder Of The Missionaries Of Charity We all like to be appreciated. It feels good when someone notices our hard work. And, … Continue reading
by Sandra Ford Walston “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” This time-worn saying is false. For example, “a stone is thrown” when someone says, “I don’t care how you do it, just get … Continue reading
By Lee Ellis To insure clarity in his orders to his generals, it’s said that Napoleon called in a private or corporal and read the message to them. If they understand it, he knew his generals would get it. Leaders … Continue reading
Revealing Vulnerability, a Courageous Leadership Action by Sandra Ford Walston Attempting to manipulate the process makes it harder for us all. What are the results you are trying to achieve? Are you willing to invite a level of self-awareness that … Continue reading
Have you asked these questions when you’re interviewing candidates? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? Why are you interested in working for us? Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 10 years? Why do you want to … Continue reading
Google’s 8-Point Guide to Good Management. Use it to add fuel to your own management training. The guide says “Don’t be a sissy” and reach for those goals, use your power to remove roadblocks, develop careers and listen. Seems pretty … Continue reading
“Jiro Dreams of Sushi” is a documentary film of an 85-year-old sushi chef and how he created a 3 Michelin-star restaurant in Japan. He didn’t start off trying to achieve a big goal or create a top restaurant in Japan. … Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy…(refuse to call it “Storm Sandy” and doubt any other New Yorker would consider that just a storm! ) was a visual and visceral example of change. While business change may not be as life-threatening or physically dangerous, it … Continue reading
When Ben & Jerry launched their ice cream company, they had a big problem. Ben Cohen had a diminished sense of smell and taste. Jerry could have taken a dismissive attitude and ignored Ben. Hey, the pressure was on, they … Continue reading