Communicate and Lead

Respect Thine Audience!

A Debt of Gratitude

A Message For Your Critics

Everyone Gets a Trophy!

americanexpress:

10 Things You Must Give Up To Move Forward
by Marc Chernoff, Co-Founder, MarcAndAngel.com
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americanexpress:

10 Things You Must Give Up To Move Forward

by Marc Chernoff, Co-Founder, MarcAndAngel.com

Click here for the full article: http://bit.ly/157ayAc

What Our Worst Bosses Teach Us About Leadership

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by John Ryan

President & CEO at Center for Creative Leadership

Midway through my military career, I was asked to coordinate a strategic plan that would define the U.S. Navy’s approach for the next five years of defense spending. It was a massive task that required consulting with senior…

A lesson you can learn from a bad boss.

goodideaexchange:

Leadership: How to Get From Good to Great 
“Focus on a few core components of leadership and you can take your team to new heights.”

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goodideaexchange:

Leadership: How to Get From Good to Great 

Focus on a few core components of leadership and you can take your team to new heights.”

5 Things That Will Improve Problem Solving

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personaldevelopmentresources:

Leaders tend to lack the wisdom to approach problems with a systemic understanding of the problem – thus only seeing the problem that lies directly in front of them and blocking the possibilities that lie within the problem itself.  As such, they never see the totality of what the problem represents; that it can actually serve as a window into a bigger problem that needs to be addressed.  They never realize that, in the end, solving a problem without a systemic understanding of the problem can actually create more problems.

"Talent is a gift, but character is a choice."

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John C. Maxwell (via firmanib)

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