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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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What Does A Healthy Team Look Like?

Have you ever been a part of a “Healthy Team”? Think of all the teams you’ve been a part of over the course of your life: sports teams, academic teams, work teams, leadership teams, families, service teams, study teams, travel

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Four Things Influencers Should Know about Trust

Once again my friend, Phil Cooke has spoken on a subject that few have discussed, and he is right on. A leader influences only if people trust him. Check this out: Four Things Influencers Should Know about trust When it

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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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7 Failures of Leadership

We’ve been posting about “Failure” over the past number of days. The purpose of these posts is to encourage you, not to discourage you. Terry St. Marie writes on “SmartBlog on Leadership” about 7 failures that provide the best improvement

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Community Again

I’m getting ready to connect with a community that I’ve been a part of for the past 8 years.  I’m getting excited about seeing these friends again, about spending the week together, and learning together.  This is a global community

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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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Be a Class Act

Commit to being a class act and watch success follow! Last night, I was having dinner with some new friends, when I discovered that I had known one of their fathers years ago.  My first, immediate response was to say,

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Trust Builds Confidence

I just had an incredible experience at the Apple Store (apple.com).  I went in to purchase an adapter for my computer, and was looking for someone to help me pay for it and check out.  A guy approached me, and

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Sharing your Vision with Passion!

Have you ever heard someone share their vision with you, and you find yourself bored?  You don’t engage, you aren’t excited, and you really don’t care.  If their vision matches their method of sharing that vision, you really don’t want

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