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Introverts get a bum rap sometimes. They really do. And it’s even worse because a lot of times it’s for stuff they don’t even earn. It’s for characteristics that we (generally) attribute to them. Here are some of the culprits. Read More
“Leaders are readers” I’m sure you’ve heard this saying before. I for one believe it, although maybe a bit clichéd, to be true. I created this resource list of the top 20 business and leadership blogs specifically based on this “cliché”. I believe the business and leadership writers featured Read More
She walks past your office.  Upon noticing her you get a heavy feeling in the pit of your stomach.  You know you have to address the situation.  It’s been dragging on for weeks now and at times it feels as if it is all you can think about. You’ve been putting it off and coming [...] Read More
My wife received a Pacypodium Lamerei, also known as the Madagascar Palm, a couple of years ago as a gift.  Since then the plant became a part of the household and grew nicely until about two years ago, when we moved to another house and subsequently the Madagascar Palm got a new spot in our [...] Read More
What is your effect on the people you lead?  Do you leave them better of or are they relieved when you leave.  Asking the question about the net effect of your Leadership and Management is Shawn Murphy from Switch and Shift, guest posting on the Leadership Connexion this week. I recall reading rece Read More
Everybody seems to be talking about character based leadership.  Amidst the buzz around character based leadership, I often still find myself wondering; “What does it really mean in practical terms?” Don’t you? Character Based Leadership Definition Trying to clarify the matter for myself I came up Read More
“A conductor’s happiness does not come from only his own story and his joy of the music. The joy is about enabling other people’s stories to be heard at the same time.” Itay Talgam Short Bio of Itay Talgam Itay Talgam debuted as an international conductor in 1987, when he was chosen by Leonard Bern Read More
You remember our very involved leader Gary?  He is the leader from last week, making his people dependent on him. Not only is Gary’s leadership style making the people in his organization dependent, it also conditions the people to stop thinking.  Instead of coming up with solutions to their own pr Read More
Where there is no vision the people perish… Proverbs 29:18 (The Bible) So how important do you think vision is for successful leadership? Looking at the piece of scripture, vision does not seem important for leadership.   Note I did not say vision is not important.  Vision is very important.   I ju Read More
How do you ensure effective leadership by balancing the tension between achieving the goal and focussing on people’s needs? I struggle with this question sometimes.  I am sure I am not the only one.  As a leader you have to achieve certain goals.  There are certain change outcomes you have to manag Read More

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