Tag Archives: Leadership

This Is What A Priority Looks Like

When things don’t change, there is typically one reason. Change is simply not a priority. Wherever there is a lot of talk, but very little action…when progress is painfully slow (without regard to how essential we say it is) it is almost always due to one thing. The prescribed movement isn’t important enough to command … Continue Reading

The Resonant, Authentic Voice Of Leadership

Some accomplish it with a pen — mightier-than-any-sword. Some with eloquent oratory. For some the tool is as simple as an invitation — how may I help you? Or the offer of a cup of cold water A few speak volumes with the sheer force of example. Whatever the avenue or methodology, the voice of real leaders encourages … Continue Reading

The Inspiration Of Real Leadership

In his book, Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek bases the title on a practice of the US Marines. When gathered to eat, the enlisted members of the group are first in line, while officers wait until everyone else has been served. The book is, in my view a must read. But here is a timely … Continue Reading

Real Leadership Inspires Uncommon Vision

Some accomplish it with a pen mightier-than-any-sword. Some with eloquent oratory. For many the tool is as simple as an invitation — how may I help you? Or the offer of a cup of cold water Some speak volumes with the sheer force of example. Whatever the methodology, real leaders encourage conversations — around core ideas, fundamental values, … Continue Reading

What Does Leadership Have To Do With Framing A Vision of the Future?

The mid-seventies motion picture All The President’s Men popularized the counsel offered by Deep Throat — Follow the Money.  This was the key to understanding the issues relevant to the Watergate scandal. Questions about the events surrounding the 1972 U.S. Presidential election — who was behind the break-in at the Watergate…and why — made for compelling news coverage. For … Continue Reading
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