Monthly Archives: April 2013

Bring Out The Best in Every Employee

I’d like to recommend a book to you. We all know that the leader of the future will be a person who learns to ask. The leader of the future won’t know enough to tell people what to do, and … Continue reading

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Acting Like A Professional or Acting Like a Phony?

“It’s the avenue, I’m taking you to, 42nd Street!” The singers sing, the dancer’s dance and the actors act. On Broadway there is always something wonderful on stage. In many ways, Broadway is the definition of “performance.” I am inspired … Continue reading

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Creating a Great Rest of Your Life

Frances Hesselbein is the former national executive director of the Girl Scouts of the United States and is now chairman of the Leader to Leader Institute. Management guru Peter Drucker considered Hesselbein to be the greatest executive he had ever … Continue reading

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