Monthly Archives: August 2009

Don’t Drop Your Monkey Cup!

Values. According to commonly practiced “rules” of both personal development and strategic planning, individuals, teams and organizations must identify their Core Values and live by them to be authentic and successful in pursuit of a vision. I agree wholeheartedly. Understanding … Continue reading

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The Intersection of Leadership and Leadership Culture Part 4

Ted Kennedy, Low-Potential Leader I did not intend for there to be a “Part 4” of my series on The Intersection of Leadership and Leadership Culture. But I was struck by the death of Senator Ted Kennedy this morning after … Continue reading

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The Intersection of Leadership and The Leadership Culture Part 3

This is part three of our series about the intersection of how leaders develop a culture of leadership around them. Today, we draw directly from a conference article by Pastor Dave Ferguson of Community Christian Church in Suburban Chicago titled … Continue reading

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