Posts tagged with: leadership

Rudolph and Hermey. A Couple of Misfit Leaders

One of my favourite Christmas television specials is the classic Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer narrated by the late Burl Ives. I love the story, I love the characters, and I particularly admire the qualities of the lead characters Rudolph and Hermey the elf.  Why do I adore the characters, and... Read More

How a New Book Launch Morphed Into the Launch of a New Day

Launch week has arrived for my new book Learning and Leading in the Land of a Thousand Hills. As the book launches, I also have to confess that a new day has arrived for me. On Sunday, Pastor Tim delivered a profound and impactful message. He passionately expressed his wish... 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

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

Prune, Trim & Cut 3 Ways to Regenerate a Leadership Journey

I have been reflecting on my leadership walk for a while now and I feel summoned to regenerate. So I have embarked on a trek using three ways to regenerate my leadership journey. Pruning, trimming and cutting. Just like I have been doing for many years with my most distinctive... Read More
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