becoming july 4th leader

On Becoming a July 4th Leader

All major decisions come with consequently major consequences that must be identified and reconciled. As a leader, you have the responsibility for managing risk and determining which consequences are worth overcoming in order to reap the rewards of your decisions. Risk management, therefore, becomes a cornerstone of great leadership, in business as in war and politics…. Read More»

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What Do You Stand for As a Leader?

Leader clarity in what he or she stands for shapes results. It limits or unleashes people. It muddies or clarifies direction. It diminishes or upholds relationships. But most of all, what a leader stands for must be selfless. It is from this essential ingredient that greatness is possible…. Read More»

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3 Lessons in Building Community from Leaders

As someone knowledgeable and often looked at as a leader in the community building field, many would think I wouldn’t have much to learn. But one lesson I’ve learned is that in this rapidly evolving field, or any field, not one person knows everything and we all can become better leaders when we open ourselves up to learning and understanding…. Read More»

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