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Three weeks after starting my new job I was having a conversation with my wife. “I don’t know that it is a great idea to go out tonight, it will be late and we have commitments in the morning.”…
Although the term was coined in 1970 by Robert K. Greenleaf, servant-leadership continues to be a popular topic. It is a form of leadership that many aspire to, but at the same time it is often ill defined and…
Humans are natural storytellers and in many ways telling stories is what makes us human. Stories help us make sense of the experiences of our lives. Stories create an emotional connection to events and facts — they give meaning to the…
After reading my last article on integrity, one reader asked, “How does standing up for your values align with the concept of choosing which hill to die on?” It is a great question and it allows me to clarify…
It is a phrase that is quite common at organizations, but I was still a bit stunned when the words came out of my manager’s mouth. “We didn’t have a choice.” The words seemed to echo in the room….

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