Monthly Archives: April 2012

Leadership: The Quest for a Whole New World

“Why, some say, the moon? Why choose this as our goal?” President John F. Kennedy Formal Leadership requires Personal Leadership;Personal Leadership requires Self-Esteem;Self-Esteem requires Self Love;Self Love requires finding Purpose in Serving humankind. In other words, leadership starts with authentic … Continue reading

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Strategic Advice for Job Seekers

If you are involved in the non-profit world, as staff, board or other volunteer, check out the folks at goodWORKSconnect.org and their discussion group on LinkedIn. The LinkedIn group asks a “Question of the Week”, some of which are especially … Continue reading

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Leaders are Chief Learners – Not Just Chief Learning Officers

Of course, as a leadership coach I believe in leadership development. I believe in ongoing leadership development. Unfortunately, leaders often merely see themselves as Chief Learning Officers. If you are comfortable right now with your situation and with yourself as … Continue reading

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