Post Tag: team

Building An Effective Team

I googled “how to build an effective team” today. I got about 62 million results, and after looking at the top 5, I quit my search. Everyone has ideas on how to build an effective team, and many of them

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Do I Want to BE the Best or Do I Want THE Best?

The answer to that question reveals if we’re selfish leaders or selfless leaders. It answers if the organization is about ourselves or if it’s about the vision. Wanting the best for the organization will be the result of doing what’s

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Be A Stretcher Bearer

I remember the talk clearly. Michael Slater was speaking in our university chapel, and he used Mark 2 as his scripture. You can read the story, but it’s the story of some friends that carried their friend to Jesus to be healed,

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Surviving the Chaos

There are times in all of our lives where our well-planned ideas and goals all fall apart, and we find ourselves trying to survive in the midst of chaos. I hate to tell you this, but sometimes we have to

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Creative Staff Meetings

Your time connecting with your staff on a regular basis should be one of the most important meetings you have, so put some energy into it to make it ENGAGING, ENLIGHTENING and EMPOWERING. This morning I was asked for some

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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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Even the Lone Ranger had Tonto

As a kid, I grew up watching old reruns of the “Lone Ranger”. And recently I came across this joke… One day, the Lone Ranger and Tonto were out on patrol when they came to a mountain pass. As they

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Be A Trusted Person

“I got burned on trust. I trusted them and thought they trusted me, but they used me. Sometimes I hate trust. It hurts when I put myself out there and they take me for granted.” These are all thoughts I

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10 Tips for New Executives

Recently Fay Vincent shared “10 Tips for New Executives” in the Wall Street Journal.   I think this is really a good list of suggested habits for leaders, so let me give them to you in an abbreviated form.  Take a look

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You Can’t Do It Alone

Why do we keep believing that as LEADERS we can do it on our own? We can’t!  There’s no way for us to create great impact, sustainability and process without the help of others. In the book, “The Truth About

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