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When taking command of my first Army unit, my battalion commander told me: “Captain, your responsibilities are simple, you are responsible for everything that does or does not happen in your unit.” No excuses, no deflecting blame to someone in my unit, no dodging responsibilities. As the leader of the unit – I was responsible… Read More
If you want a glimpse into the character of a leader, watch how they interact with the housekeeping, janitorial, or groundskeeping staff of their organization.
Leadership should be recognized as a model to “Give Control” over “Take Control”, Podcast with Jacob Morgan.
Today and tomorrow, I, and two others, have the privilege of facilitating a retreat for a leadership team from an organization that is making a difference. The organization has been around quite a while, but many on the team are new or relatively new so we will hopefully be helping them to connect and to… Read More
Good morning! Inc.com has another good article today about the four unique working styles. Which one are you? Doers: “Doers execute. They come alive when tasks are complete, lists are checked, or projects are tackled. They typically have intense focus and are detailed in their efforts.” Leaders: “Leaders create the vision and inspire others to believe in… Read More
“The Biggest Challenge of Being a Leader” – Tony Morgan Do you know the biggest challenge of being a leader? Eventually you have to lead.
It’s Friday! This may seem funny to you, but I get excited about Friday because that means that tomorrow morning Angela and I will go on our Saturday breakfast date. We have been doing this for almost ten years now and it my favorite time of the week. Recently I was talking to a leader that is… Read More