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Leadership and Business Management Articles by Priority Learning: Leadership

Adventures in Leadership
Stop being a boss and start being a leader who builds cultures.—Bob Davids   While I had never heard of Bob Davids five years ago, it was about then that I stopped being a boss and started trying to be a leader who builds cultures. What an extraordinary adventure! Today I work...
Name It!
I enjoy telling true stories and usually avoid giving names because these stories are so real you might know who the story is about.  To that end, I will give you made-up names and fictitious businesses but the stories are very true and all end up in the power of...
The Power of Belief
Each month I like to write my ideas for this little newsletter of ours, but over time I have come to believe that what I really do is share my life with you because of me and less because of you. The process of writing down what I have observed,...
Four Letter Words
“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.” –Rudyard Kipling Words have power. They can hurt, heal, and make people laugh or cry. String them together in the right sequence and magic is created. That magic can be inspiring, devastating, gut-achingly funny, and occasionally life changing. I have...
The Ripple Effect
I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples. Mother Teresa Would you argue with Mother Teresa? Most of us think of her as someone who single-handedly changed the world as she touched the “untouchables” of Calcutta.  As one small nun...
Leadership Realities Part 3
My journey to save leaders from themselves and eventually from their organizations... Last month in the continuing saga of Phil Rigorous, I explained the challenges you can face when someone simply gives you the words that sound like they hear but truly don’t. If you didn’t catch it, you can click...
Leadership Realities Part 2
My journey to save leaders from themselves and eventually from their organizations… Last month we were looking at Phillip Rigorous who had gotten himself in trouble, found himself sitting in my office and had even managed to alienate Human Resources in the process. Phillip generously provided the straw that broke his...
Leadership Realities
My journey to save leaders from themselves and eventually from their organizations The privilege of being a trusted advisor for business and for the individuals that run those businesses is great fun but can be very challenging. The fun part is when you get the honor of being a contributor to...
Sandwich Leadership
You've probably heard of the sandwich generation. It consists of those of us who are responsible for the care of two generations at the same time. We're navigating the changing relationships and increasing dependence of our aging parents while raising our children. I'm not sure there's anything more stressful, and...
Leadership Intangibles
Does this sound familiar? People are lining up to see you outside of your door more and more. Tensions are high among people who normally seem calm and reserved. Something's wrong but you don't know what. Faces tell you that words of reassurance are not congruent but you don't know...

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