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The Negative Evaluation Culture

One of the questions that leaders wrestle with is how to establish a positive work environment.  One way is to establish a workplace that focuses on  the strengths of the organization and its people.  A strengths focused environment is both... Continue Reading →

Looking to Learn to Lead

If you are trying to become a leader or to improve your leadership skills, you are already a student of leadership. That learning can be formal or informal and both forms have something to offer. Formal Leadership Training Formal academic training is... Continue Reading →

FDR and Focused Leadership

On December 7, 1941, Japan unleashed an unprovoked attack on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor. 2,402 American service personnel were killed, as were 57 civilians. 18 ships, including 5 battleships were lost. At the time the attack was... Continue Reading →

Kapaernick fumbles

When Colin Kapaernick refused to stand for the National Anthem, he fumbled. A popular athlete, he is in a position to lead a discussion about the injustices to people of color and specifically, police brutality. But, he fumbled. Kapaernick had... Continue Reading →

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