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Leading Change

My friend Ellis shared this quote at a recent Leadership Summit: “Change is like surfing: You either catch the wave or the wave catches you”. We’re not sure where that quote originated from, but the idea has been in front

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Getting Outside That Box

Have you ever been told you need to think outside the box? You then wonder what that really means. When it comes to thinking outside the box, we need to realize that the walls of the box (the thing that

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The Creativity Two-Step

Over the years I have tried to help or at least encourage leaders to do their job and respect the position. One of the things that bugs me, is when a leader will explain their lack of doing or solving

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5 Fundraising Questions You Might Be Asking

Recently, I wrote to a number of non-profit leaders asking them a couple of questions about fundraising issues they have experienced, and out of the responses of about 25 global leaders, I want to answer 5 questions on fundraising for

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Simple Goals

We’ve been talking about GOALS this month. The purpose is to help you understand the importance of creating goals in your life and in your work. I’ve received some comments from people who are just overwhelmed by the work involved

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The Goal

Years ago, someone gave me the book, “The Goal”, by Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox. I remember picking it up years ago, and thinking that it was a book about “Goal Setting”, only to be disappointed at first that

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Don’t Get Stuck

I heard a great message the other day about being “stuck”. It caused me to think about areas of my life where I might be a little “stuck”, and as I evaluated those areas, I found myself wondering why I

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Am I A Leader?

Sometimes leadership sneaks up on you.  You wake up one day and you realize that there are others that look at you, that depend on you and that are following you. This realization might scare you a little bit, but

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Learn to Delegate to Others

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The best executive is the one who has the sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.” Delegation is

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Basic Coaching Habit #7: Be Flexible

  34 Leaders from 10 countries joined together for four days and developed these “Basic Coaching Habits for anyone asked to be a “coach”.  When coaching someone, we must: #6)  Be Flexible.  Things will not always go as we expect

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