Monthly Archives: July 2013

5 Kinds of Leaders to Avoid

Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. They are male and female; they come from all races, nationalities and walks of life. There are bad, good and great leaders. We find them at all levels and in all organizations. Some … Continue reading

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Coaching – A Craze or a Value Add?

Originally posted on Raymond L. Wheeler, DMin:
What is Coaching?   A friend of mine just endured an awful hour of interaction with a coach.  The coach apparently listened for a moment and proceeded to offer a solution to my…

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a leader’s power

Originally posted on maturitas cafe:
I stumbled on a post this morning by James Lawther on the Great Leadership blog. The post reviews the Avianca flight 52 from Bogotá to New York that crash-landed on January 25, 1990 outside of New York, killing…

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Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July to you all from Leader Impact! Here are some of the best 4th of July blogs I read in the past couple days. Enjoy! Love Deeply.  Jeremy Statton’s blog post: Freedom is an Opportunity to Love, … Continue reading

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Develop Foresight as a Leader

On this day 150 years ago, Confederate and Union troops engaged in the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg took place July 1-3, 1863 and claimed 51,000 souls. I have walked the battlefield, and it … Continue reading

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