Leadership Development

How Fame Has Ruined the Game of Growth

“Depth of soul can never be measured by the eyes.” – Author Unknown Is the depth of soul important as you seek to grow a life and career?  Does fame… Read more »

What’s In Your Head?

What’s in your head may be totally wrong. The above statement may make you shrug your shoulders, as you think I’ve grasped something so obvious. I had a conversation with… Read more »

What Martin Taught Me

Back in January, I watched a You Tube clip from 1965 of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It was taken from a segment of Meet the Press. Dr. King was being interviewed by journalists about events that had occurred in Selma, Alabama.

Telling Lies

A re-post from 2010. I read once that if you want to get comfortable with telling lies to others, you need to get comfortable with telling lies to yourself.  Kind of chilling when… Read more »

The Fractured Man

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The… Read more »

Untangling the Identity

Considering my post from yesterday, I thought it appropriate to put this one out again.   Identity is one of the best barometers of who a person really is. It… Read more »

ARS DUCENDI

I can’t think of a more abused/overused word than “leadership.”  So few practice well the ARS DUCENDI (latin for the art of leadership).  Seems like we should shy away from… Read more »

The Shift From Arrogance to Humility

The shift from arrogance to humility should not be a take it or leave it process. Far too often, the two opposing mindsets have been relegated to personality test outcomes… Read more »

5 Questions with Lois Kelly and Carmen Medina, Authors of Rebels at Work

I’ve been looking forward to this interview for some time. Lois and Carmen are two thought leaders I admire and respect a great deal. Rebels at Work: A Handbook for… Read more »

Situational Mentoring

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