Leadership: Patient all the Way to Victory

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Published: September 9, 2014

  The focus of the leader ought to be on changing the state of the world for the long term. This priority is a big order. A leader must work through other people, and frequently faces resistance, limited resources, and short-term crises. To keep that long-term vision, a leader must have patience.   Patience is […]

You are Being Watched, So Go on Parade

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Published: August 19, 2014

  Your words are always under scrutiny. If you are the boss, then other people will listen to your words, interpret them, and find ways to wiggle out of what they mean. General Patton wrote, “You are always on parade.” If you are a leader, especially a leader in an organizational setting, then expect: someone […]

Leaders work to support the organization

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Published: February 14, 2014

    How does a good leader recommend action in the face of change? Consider these two factors: First, how to help the group in the face of change?  Secondly, what will most people accept?  How much change can I sell quickly? Executive Training Needed for Early Intervention Leaders work to help the business (or […]

Do you Believe in your Decisions?

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Published: January 10, 2014

The person who believes in his or her decisions displays confidence, and assures other people that the road ahead has leadership. If nothing else, the person who wears their decisions well makes a good argument for committed followership. So back up a second – if the person in charge believes in her decisions, how do […]

Strategy Includes Thinking: The Driver for Leadership Executive Coaching

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Published: December 13, 2013

  Leaders are often the person in charge of strategy. Strategy often seems like this mysterious skill that isn’t taught well; a leader chooses the best direction for an organization or team. And because that route was taken the team breaks worldwide records (or, at least, is first in their class). Strategic leadership wouldn’t happen […]

Finding Significance In Project Management.

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Published: November 8, 2013

If you are project manager, a lot of pressures call for your attention. You follow a time schedule. You conserve resources. You monitor the progress of the people who work with you. You report to the vice president of your company and explain the overall progress of your effort. There are a lot of reasons […]

The Leadership Coach: Patience is an Achievement

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Published: August 13, 2013

The focus of the leader ought to be on changing the state of the world for the long term. This is a big order. A leader must work through other people, and frequently faces resistance, limited resources, and short-term crises. To keep that long-term vision, a leader must have patience. Patience is an achievement. It […]

Leadership Development Training: What Inspiring Leaders Do

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Published: July 26, 2013

  When you cross the path of an inspiring leader, you will feel a charge in your heart that says, “look at how awesome she is. I think I can be that awesome to, in my own way.” Inspiration is a special gift, one that lifts our spirits. I Found my Greatness with an Executive […]

The Leadership Coach asks: What is a leadership conversation?

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Published: July 23, 2013

Leadership conversations: a meeting of two people who potentially can change the world. A great leadership conversation discusses long-term impact and deep sources and original causes. Managers may talk about how to get along now. Leaders talk about how to get to the future. A leadership conversation is an authentic discussion which challenges the parties […]

Public Speaker: A universe you can laugh at

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Published: July 9, 2013

      Just for fun, imagine that everyone you talk to is provided for your amusement. Imagine, the stage of life has been set up as one continuous Marx Brothers comedy. Want to enjoy the fun? Pay attention to the dialogue so that you can get the joke. Finding Funny is a Leadership Skill […]

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