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How To Bounce Back When Your Leadership Has Been Rattled

By Scott Cochrane December 4, 2017 Ever been rattled as a leader? Sure you have. It’s happened each time a project failed miserably. It’s happened each time you received a stinging criticism. No leader is immune to having their confidence … Continue reading

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9 Box Leadership Succession

The construct is borrowed from @ToddAdkins with some extra doodling by yours truly… 1. The NOW box represents your A-List leadership who are ready to move…now! 2. The 3 shaded boxes represent up & coming B-List leaders who need a bit … Continue reading

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Disruption (Creative Destruction)

by Mark Sanborn Change is a constant. (Ho hum.) But if you know that, what are you doing about it? If you are committed to making your best even better, you won’t just react to change, you’ll create it. In … Continue reading

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8 Habits of Healthy Spiritual Leaders

By Matt Brown | LifeWay Leadership God calls, prepares and empowers spiritual leaders to lead His Church. Spiritual leadership is not a job for everybody. While every Christian is called to follow Christ wholeheartedly, and make an impact on the … Continue reading

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Life Without Pain?

No one likes pain…because it’s, uhm…painful. But is it useful? Life w/out pain? #Pain's a metric/early warning system-alerting us to critical issues needing our attention; useful for correction #Culture — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) June 26, 2017 Add to that twinges, … Continue reading

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Henry Cloud via LifeWay Leadership

Being in the leadership development business, I both appreciate & soundboard the output of others leaders, especially Christian thought-leaders, so as to refine & clarify my own thinking & teaching. So whether it be strategy, process, emotional intelligence or goal … Continue reading

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In Search of Familiarity

by Seth Godin Ask someone what they do, and they’ll probably talk about where they work. “I work in insurance,” or even, “I work for Aetna.” Of course, most of the 47,000 people who work for Aetna don’t do anything … Continue reading

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