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Small Things Make Big Impact – Leaders – Leadership Story

Leader's often overlook the impact they can have on others. Personal Story. A number of years ago a quick conversation with my father had one of the greatest impacts on my life. It wasn't a big deal to him, but it was a huge deal to me. I had just finished my Master's Degree project. […] Read More

Envy Can Destroy Leaders – 3 Simple Tips for Preventing and Overcoming post image

Leadership and Envy Shouldn't Co-exist Have you ever been in a situation where you were passed up for a leadership post or promotion and began to feel resentful to the person who got what you wanted? I admit I have. It hurts and instead of feeling happy for that person, you begin to become critical, […] Read More

Compassionate Leader. Leader Story

Leadership Story to Inspire If you ask people what kind of things they want in a leader - a compassionate leader would be at the top of the list for most. In this day and age we need more compassionate and thoughtful leaders like the following story. As Gandhi stepped aboard a train one day, […] Read More

Teamwork is a Choice – Powerful Leadership Story post image

You might have noticed I have been focusing a lot lately on the power of teammates (see "Why is it Always The Leader's Fault? Who's Responsible for Teamwork?" and "The 3 Most Thought Provoking Questions a Team Member Can Ask"). Often times when we talk about teamwork, we talk mostly about the leader. We expect […] Read More

Teamwork, team member, teammate, member of team questions.

In my work with teams over the years, I have used a lot of questions to provoke discussion. But nothing is more powerful than having members of teams look inward and question their true contribution to the team, their potential contribution and their level of commitment. We spend a lot of time looking to the leader […] Read More