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7 Ways Being a Wandering Photographer Helped Shape Me into a Leader, Part One


This is part 1 of a Guest Post by Mick Haupt. He has amazing insights into leadership and being human that apply to all of us. Mick Haupt is a photographer and graphic designer, and has worked with Cru for 25 … Continue reading

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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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What are Your Digital Preferences for Leadership Development?


Today, most of us access leadership materials online.  As part of my M.A. in Global Leadership program, I am conducting a short, nine question survey on digital preferences for leadership development. Would you be willing to take a few minutes … Continue reading

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Five Qualities of the Leader of the Future


I am just two months from (hopefully) finishing my M.A. in Global Leadership from Azusa Pacific.  It has been three stretching, learning  and valuable years along with my wife who is also in the same program. One thing we have … Continue reading

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