Monthly Archives: August 2015

7 Lessons I Learned from My Dog

I grew up with dogs. When my kids lived at home, they grew up with dogs…which my wife and I usually took care of. Hmmm, funny how that works.  I was actually dead set on not getting another dog. My daughter … Continue reading

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discover and develop your strengths

Originally posted on maturitas cafe:
I have a new passion. No doubt about it. I love coaching people through discovery of their talents and strengths. Absolutely love it. Successful people understand their talents and strengths and build their lives upon…

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Superman vs. Achilles: Why self-awareness is crucial for a leader

“He who knows the universe and does not know himself knows nothing.” –Jean de la Fontaine, 1679 Self-awareness is crucial for success, whatever your leadership role. It makes sense that you can’t manage what you don’t recognize and understand. “If you … Continue reading

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Continue Your Summit Experience

Don’t Stop Believin’ is one of Journey’s Greatest Hits. (Which you may have started singing in your mind now.)  Believing is a good practice…and so is Learning. Don’ Stop Learnin’ just because The Global Leadership Summit is over.  You can … Continue reading

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Global Leadership Summit 2015-Highlights Day Two

Horst Schulze, Chairman and CEO, Capella Hotel Group; Founding President and Former COO, The Ritz-Carlton Group Click here for full talk notes on “Creating World Class Service”. @elvintorres78  “Leaders have forfeited the right to make excuses!” @WillowCreekCL  We don’t hire people … Continue reading

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