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Richard Branson Key Leadership Skills Video

Have you ever noticed how large companies will often describe “entrepreneurial experience” as a key desired trait for future employees. No wonder. It takes a certain steely resolve and “do whatever it takes” attitude to be an entrepreneur. Large companies … Continue reading

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Leadership Innovation —What’s the Newest Crank?

“The man with a new idea is a Crank until the idea succeeds.” Mark Twain by Lee Ellis Mr. Twain never had a problem being blunt, did he?  In my years as a POW in Vietnam, the same was true. … Continue reading

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Leaders Life Report and Sharing Results of Choices and Decision-Making

Recently David Brooks of New York Times called out to readers over 70 to send him a Life Report. He wants to share these with readers, especially the young, who wonder about life’s lessons. Think about this in the context … Continue reading

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President Obama’s Leadership Style

Whether you like President Obama or not, his leadership style came through clearly in his speech announcing Osama bin Laden’s death. We all know communication can be the blessing or curse of any leader. Too verbose or meandering and the … Continue reading

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