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(This post was first published here on May 29, 2017.) Last week I shared some observations I've noticed over many years of studying leaders regarding what gives some of them an unfair advantage over others. Here's a reminder of what I shared: These leaders don't worry...
(This post was first published here on May 22, 2017.) Over my twenty-five years of studying great leaders, I’ve come to believe that some leaders, maybe only ten to twenty percent, have an unfair advantage when they compete against other leaders. This unfair advantage...
Three years ago I read Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek and enjoyed many aspects of it. One concept that stirred me up was his contention that people need to work in a “circle of safety" where they don’t ever have to worry about being fired. Sinek’s belief is that...
Many of you know that over five years ago a vision was established. My daughter Morgan and I committed ourselves to summiting the 46 high peaks of the Adirondacks in upstate New York. On July 26, 2013, we summited the first of those high peaks: Cascade Mountain. We...
Remember the Human System? It's the reason so many of us don't do well giving or receiving feedback. Here's a quick recap, worded a little differently than you may have seen it before: We are unique, with different beliefs, values, passions, gifts and voids, wiring,...
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