Post Tag: impact

Learning to Leverage

LEARNING TO LEVERAGE I’ve been working for the past few weeks on a presentation around “Leverage in your Leadership”. While reading some great books and articles, I found some really good tips to share with leaders about how to leverage our

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Leveraged Lives in Canada

We’ve been talking about LEVERAGE for the past number of weeks, and have looked at many different sides of it. Today in this post I want to talk about how one couple used LEVERAGE to create a Kingdom Impact. Paul

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Leadership Styles III: Deep or Wide?

We’re talking about Leadership Styles.  We’ve looked at: *Raging Waters or Calm Water: What kind of water do you prefer? *Settler or Pioneer: How do your gifts and strengths define you? Today I want to ask a really simple question:

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Organizational Mavericks Part II

This is a follow-up to the first post on mavericks. Read it HERE. Henry Ford said, “I’m looking for a lot of men with an infinite capacity for not knowing what can’t be done.” We’re talking about mavericks within your

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A Major Milestone

I don’t mind getting older, but last week I hit a major milestone as I celebrated my 50th birthday.  50 isn’t near as old as it used to seem, and I’m feeling pretty good.  It has caused me to begin

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Coaching 101

“Coaching is the art of improving the performance of others.”  (Essential Managers: Eaton & Johnson ©2001) We know that coaching is important.  It’s a part of every leaders life, whether you know it or not. Coaching is an ongoing process

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Remember Your Vision

In the late Stephen R. Covey’s book, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” (Simon & Schuster 1989), when talking about personal management, he asks these questions: 1)  What one thing could you do (that you’re not doing now) that

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