Monthly Archives: March 2017

“Clarice the Cow” – Farmer Able [Guest Post]

The pigs are running the farm. So begins the story of Farmer Able. Everyone on his farm — people and animals alike — are downright downtrodden by him. He’s overbearing and compulsively obsessed with profits and productivity. He’s a typical top-down, … Continue reading

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Good Intentions Are Never Enough [Guest Post]

(Originally published at greatleadersserve.com) Good Intentions Are Never Enough Virtually every leader has a natural bias… we are either more results-oriented or relationship-oriented. However, the best leaders discipline themselves to value both results and relationships. If your natural tendency is to focus on results, … Continue reading

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The Toughest Question in Leadership [Guest Post]

Would you want to work for . . . you? What insights can this question provide to you as a leader? Could this assist you in understanding how you could be more effective in being a better leader, and how to … Continue reading

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