Category Archives: Leadership

06 May

A New View on Leadership

“Today was exceptional in that I learned leadership is not a responsibility–nobody has to lead. It’s a gift, shining silver-that reminds people huddled nearby why each shimmering moment matters. It’s in the eyes, the voice, this swelling song that warms up from the toes and tingles with endless possibilities. Things change when you care enough

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04 May

Lead From Where you Sit (or Stand)

Benjamin Zander on “Leadership”: In the remarkable book, The Art of Possibility, Mr. Zander offers 12 paradigm-shifting tools designed to allow us to learn to see possibility in any situation. One of the tools he calls “leading from any chair.” The metaphor is an orchestra in which there are many “chairs.” Mr. Zander, the conductor

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27 Mar

On Leadership and Possibility

On Leadership “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” — John Quincy Adams We are all leaders. We may not always show up as leaders, but the potential is there, in every one of us. We may lead in our professions. If we

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21 Jul

Is the Manager the Problem?

I read an interesting conversation this morning. https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140612141319-7874783-employees-don-t-really-want-to-quit-your-company-they-want-to-quit-a-really-bad-manager These indicators of a poor manager are also indicators of any staff member who needs coaching, training etc. And if the company gets rid of this “bad” manager, how do we know the company won’t hire and support another of the same kind of manager? I believe

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