Tag Archives: LEADERS

Why Power Does not Equal Leadership


In the famous words of Dwight D. Eisenhower, “You do not lead by hitting people over the head — that’s assault, not leadership.” We all have power on some level or another. How we use that power is very different … Continue reading

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Why Honesty in Business Equals Success Part 1


Most people work under the assumption that doing business requires one to be “cut throat”, harsh or selfish. When we think of business, we don’t think of nice people doing great things. We think of competition, getting more customers, more … Continue reading

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Leadership: An Inside Job


When you exercise, your trainer always tells you “work from the core”. The reason we work from the core is because it transforms the entire body. In business I use this concept. Total success happens only when you work from … Continue reading

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April’s Book Pick


Monthly Book Pick! This month I  picked Marcus Buckingham’s First Break All the Rules [Kindle Edition]. This book is a summary of Gallup’s studies accumulated in the mid to late 1990. Gallup’s research produced twelve simple questions that distinguish the strongest departments of a company … Continue reading

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Great Leaders


Great leaders understand the importance of serving others. -Mary V. Davids

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Want to be a Good Boss? Don’t Friend or Follow Your Staff on Social Media


Developing trust is a crucial element to maintaining employee loyalty. What your staff does outside working hours is none of your business. Yes, that’s right; NONE of your business. Let’s say you have accepted a friend request or followed an … Continue reading

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If you want to be “Liked” by your Employees, Leadership is not for you!


Let’s face it, we feel good when we are accepted and liked by our superiors and co-workers. It makes the day go by smoother and it is easier to go to work knowing you have a good relationship with your … Continue reading

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