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Do You CARE to Lead? Personal Leadership Story post image

If you don’t deeply care about those you lead, you shouldn’t lead. One of the most powerful lessons that I learned about leadership was taught by two of my children when they were very young. Kelli was five and Jeffy was two. Both of them were very afraid of the dark, like many children at […] Read more

frustrated teammate, angry member of team, rude teammates

I have always firmly believed that you can get a lot further with someone by being kind than being mean. We used to have a sign by our door that said, “Your name is always safe in our house.” But, easier said than done, right? It’s easy to be rude to members of your team […] Read more

leader reflecting on what good he has done, leader pondering the good he has done

I remember a leader I really admired years ago who said there are days when in quiet reflection he would ask himself… “I wonder if I have really done any good?” I was surprised that this leader would ask this question—of course he had! He had done a lot of good, and I could easily […] Read more

Kindness and Leadership Kind Leaders Leading

It doesn’t hurt… It doesn’t take much time… Actually it is quite simple… And it is always the right thing to do. What am I talking about? I am talking about being kind. Gayle Lasalle wrote a post several years ago on my blog titled, “Be a Grateful Leader—Thank You and You’re Welcome Goes a Long […] Read more

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