Monthly Archives: August 2014

8 Questions Business Leaders Should ask Themselves Every Day

August 19, 2014 | Abigail Phillips | http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/236534   Leadership is not prescriptive and what works for one person may not work for another. There is one trait, however, that many successful business leaders and entrepreneurs share: They are constantly asking … Continue reading

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Global Leadership Summit 2014 Summary

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  August 15, 2014  Summit Notes, The Global Leadership Summit, The Global Leadership Summit 2014 by Chuck Scoggins   Doorposts in the Kingdom of God: Humility & Honor Reflecting on “the summit.” “What is your…

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Communication

August 13, 2014 by Chris Brady “Interconnectivity” seems to be the category in which most technological advancement is directly impacting our lives. There appears to be an over-abundance of companies, methods, and means by which we can communicate. All this … Continue reading

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#SmallVision??

“The stakes are too high for us to die with a small vision.” – @louiegiglio #GLS14[https://twitter.com/wcagls/status/500388699130306560]

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You Cannot Lead Those Whom You Need

  Posted by Orrin Woodward on August 12, 2014 Leaders must have posture (a mixture of self-respect and love for others) to build a following. For people will not respect a person who begs and pleads them to follow. Instead, … Continue reading

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Leadership – Raising the Bar

by Orrin Woodward Average leaders raise the bar on themselves; good leaders raise the bar for others; great leaders inspire others to raise their own bar. What is it about leadership?  It seems as if the more we talk about … Continue reading

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