Post Tag: strengths

Are You In The Right Place?

This question hit me the other day as I was trying to replace the battery in my pick-up truck, and I didn’t have the right tool I needed. I’ll tell you the short story in this VIDEO. Isn’t it amazing

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3 Kinds of Leaders

This week, I was challenged in my thinking by Bob Shank (The Masters Program) as he taught about 3 different roles leaders play in the life of an organization. (To get the full perspective, join The Masters Program!) Every organization

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Focus: Keeping On Track

Growing up I was considered “active.” Some might say “hyperactive.” If the drugs had existed back in my day I may have been numbed. I was simply curious. Curiosity can get you into trouble. People used to say to me,

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Your Strengths Can Be Weaknesses

An article with BloombergBusinessweek says: “When it comes to making major mistakes, it’s not your weaknesses that will get you in trouble, it’s your strengths.” Isn’t this true? I know what my weaknesses are, so as a leader, I work

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Your Leadership Style is your Strength

Over the past number of days, I’ve posted some thoughts on different leadership styles. I hope you’ve had the opportunity to look at the 8 different styles that were presented. There are many more, but I just chose these to

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Picking a Leader

Peter Drucker says about picking a leader: “I always ask myself, would I want one of my sons to work under that person?” That’s a great question.  What do you look for when you’re choosing a leader, or interviewing a

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Organizational vs. Relational

There’s a difference between being an “organizational leader” and being a “relational leader”. Carey Nieuwholf writes about that difference in his blog, and I’d like to encourage you to CLICK HERE and read his thoughts, then come back and let’s

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The Art of Saying No

I remember it like it was yesterday.  Jim Burns, a personal mentor of mine, was teaching a group of young leaders about 25 years ago, and he had us all say the word NO out loud.  Repeat it he said.

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Determined Leaders Don’t Give Up

I wrote last week from Manila about the crazy amount of rain we experienced when a monsoon came through parts of Asia, hitting Manila and other parts pretty hard.  I wrote about the idea of rain and floods that “knock

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What Makes Me Tick

The older I get, the more I learn about myself. When I was younger, I thought that if I had enough confidence and if I worked hard enough, I could do anything I wanted to do. As I get older,

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