If you want to improve your leadership and your relationships with your team, this post is for you!
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We’ve all been there – with the tough, unyielding manager who wants everything done their way.
Though these demanding supervisors – who demonstrate little empathy or respect for team members - still exist, a new leader is emerging — one who loves, serves, and demonstrates kindness.
Yes – confidence and toughness is occasionally necessary when other options have failed. But it should be used with caution and with forethought.
This month my vision for serving and supporting leaders took a huge step!
For several years, I have been working toward launching an annual leadership experience for leaders. Like most endeavors, we’ve made a lot of progress at times. And there were times I thought this part of my vision would die.
[Update - This post and the poll have been updated for Round 2,
so you can vote again on Round 2 options!
Some of the comments below refer to Round 1 options.]
I need your help with the cover design of my newly revised book, Creating Your Business Vision. (You can get a free copy of the current version of the book here.) We are finishing up the revisions and design now and will release it in October.
The book includes everything I have learned about developing vision from working with scores of organizations all over the country. I can’t wait to share it with you.
When you’re not prepared for the unexpected, you’ll be derailed by it.
The phone rang.
Dad, Can I stay over here and eat dinner?
I thought for a moment – dinner is the one time every day we spend together as a family.
Baby, it’s best if you come home and eat with the family. Then you can go back and play with your friend.
It was quiet for a moment – But Dad, they said I could stay.
I know, baby. But mom and I would like to spend some time with you at…
OK, Bye. Silence.