Slider +1st Post Full +Small Images

My thanks and appreciation to the Lead Change Group for publishing this post on July 10, 2018. An Indispensable Leadership Strength Anxiety reared as I contemplated the crossing of a lengthy suspension bridge. This crossing, for many, may just be a mundane experience. Yet for someone who has always experienced an overwhelming...
Continue Reading →

Knowledge Is Not Enough, Wisdom Is Everything

I am in my head a lot. I spend a lot of time reading, reflecting and writing. I pride myself in gaining knowledge and see myself as a life long learner. Currently, I am truly being humbled though as I learn that knowledge is not enough, wisdom is everything. The... Read More

A Smooth Change Initiative Never Made a Skilled Leader

When you are looking at introducing and implementing a new change initiative you usually encounter three distinct groups. There will be a group who will totally embrace the initiative and support it. These are your champions. The second group, and one that constitutes the largest number, are the fence sitters.... Read More

A Strong Foundation Is Necessary For Leadership Growth

A plant needs time to take root. Roots have to firmly take hold before the plant can bloom and flourish. Your leadership journey is the same. You cannot rush a plant so do not try to rush your leadership quest. Let your leadership be anchored in a solid foundation firmly... Read More

You Can RIGHT Your Life When You Hear Devastating News

Shock, disbelief, betrayal, and anger. These are some of the emotions I experienced as a result of the phone call informing me, “Not this time perhaps next time. We have decided to go with someone else.” At that time I was distressed and shocked. I eventually found out though, that you... Read More

Servant Heart Leaders Are Never Done

My mentor Don and I had a great discussion recently. The question we discussed was, “Do you still feel valued and affirmed for what you are currently doing?”  I value his opinions and I wanted to gain his perspective on this question, as it is something that I have pondered.... Read More

7 Reasons Why I Am Grateful For Family Vacations

After spending five days of vacation with our family I returned home with a feeling of gratefulness for being immersed 24/7 with our three sons, daughter in laws, and two toddler grandsons. This protracted time of togetherness had its moments. Most family vacations do. Especially when you introduce two toddlers... Read More