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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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Global Leadership Summit 2014 Highlights-Day One


Here are some of the days top quotes, tweets and pictures that capture a few of the highlights from Day One of the Global Leadership Summit at Willow Creek. #GLS14 Bill Hybels @BillHybels  Founder and Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church Everyone … Continue reading

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12 “Nails” that Deplete the Heart


I came out of an appointment some time ago and saw the light on my dashboard. It indicated that my tire had low pressure–it was depleted.  I was able to make it to a garage where they removed a nail, … Continue reading

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The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People


There is no real mediocrity in all this world which can be separated from ineffective living.     My sons and I like to have fun and talk goofy at times, as anyone knows who has heard me answer my phone when … Continue reading

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If You Don’t Live Well, You Can’t Lead Courageously (Guest post – Dr. Ray Wheeler)


This is a guest blog by my friend and mentor, Dr. Ray Wheeler. Ray [his blog], a leadership development specialist and coach, is president of Leadership Praxis.  You can follow him on Twitter: @LeaderPraxis Resilience Depends on Energy Management One … Continue reading

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