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The Unintended Outcomes of Being the King of the Mountain

As a child did you ever play the game King of the Mountain? For those of you who never played the objective is to be the first person to get to the top of a hill and then stay there. The game can get very competitive and nasty as the... Read More

Follow the Leader Can Be a Fun Game. But Only When the Leader You Follow Builds Trust

Follow the leader can be a delightful game. As a child I can remember playing it. As kids most of us saw it as a game where we could do goofy and humorous actions. Whether you were the leader or the follower the game was uplifting. Most of the time... Read More

Nehemiah a Leader Who Chose to Fly Into the Face of Adversity

Then I said to them, “You see the trouble we are in: Jerusalem lies in ruins, and its gates have been burned with fire. Come, let us rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, and we will no longer be in disgrace.” I also told them about the gracious hand of my... Read More

Leave a Legacy as a Family Leader. Don’t Mess This Responsibility Up.

My last post, Do You Really Know If You Are Impacting, Influencing and Leading Successfully, described the process I have taken to impact, influence and lead at work. I focussed on how I implemented these steps when I moved into a new role as Superintendent of Schools. This was a... Read More

Do You Really Know If You Are Impacting, Influencing and Leading Successfully?

As a leader I am convicted about positively impacting and influencing others. But, how do you really know if you are impacting, influencing and leading successfully? I am not sure if I can give the perfect answer to this question. However, I would encourage you to figure this out and... Read More

Six Steps to Successfully Lead With Heart

Want to Lead with Heart? Self explore to identify & define your why, your purpose, your mission. When you encounter or observe a need, a burden or issue, map a plan to meet what you see needs to be done.  Pray & ask God to lead you. Put your plan... Read More

It is Your Responsibility as a Leader to Listen and Act

Receiving good news. No problem. Receiving not so good news or even terrible news. Definitely more challenging to listen and act. Most of us accept good news with a willing heart. Yet, more of us need to listen and accept the bad news. All news whether good, bad or indifferent... Read More
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