Category Archives: Leadership

Freedom: At What Cost?

As we celebrate the 237th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, ask yourself what freedom means to you; what will you sacrifice for freedom. These United States have changed in unimaginable ways since 1776.  The Founding Fathers … Continue reading

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How is Your Leadership?

With Valentine’s Day gone for this year, it is time to ask “How good of a leader am I?” Now is the time to reflect on that question because the relationship and support you receive from your significant other affects … Continue reading

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Say “No” to the “Yes” Man

As the work week begins, analyze anew and plan for the success of your company. The foremost concern is how to trim the fat.  Areas in which to look are: the “yes” man, those that fawn, and you. Why do … Continue reading

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Middle Management Integrity

On January 29, Melissa Korn wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal, “For Middle Managers, Integrity May Not Count for Much.”  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB40001424127887323701904578273401157534628.html?mod=djemITPE_h When I first read the headline I found it difficult to believe.  At least in part.  The … Continue reading

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Leadership v. Management

They’re not the same?  I would say “no, they are not the same” and many other leadership experts would agree.  You don’t have to be in a leadership role to be a leader.  Not all managers are leaders and the … Continue reading

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Financial Leadership

As my son is playing on his video game system this morning and as part of the game he earns coins (yes, I know I should have him do something to feed his brain – but I will use the … Continue reading

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Leadership

I am continually reading books and reading social media inputs on leadership and management. It is vitally important to observe leadership through many eyes. To use the experience of others is easier than to live all of their experiences. But, … Continue reading

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