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Develop Character First, Leadership Will Follow

Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.  ~Helen Keller In the middle of the second World War, Britain was facing a shortage … Continue reading

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Peer Leadership, Courage and Culture Change

The best training program in the world is absolutely worthless without the will to execute it properly, consistently, and with intensity.  ~John Romaniello Let’s face it, corporate America has been trained, retrained, and then trained again (even trained out!) on leadership … Continue reading

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Leadership is . . .

Leadership is Getting Things Done with Good Manners and Common Sense!  ~Commander Stephen Mackay, Royal Navy (Retired) Leadership is one of the most used (abused?) words in business, and I venture to say, one of the least understood.  A Google … Continue reading

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Build Character First, Leadership Will Follow . . .

In the middle of the second World War, Britain was facing a shortage of young officers. The task of developing young military leaders fell to Lord Rowallan, a Lt. Col. who was then Commandant of the Highland Fieldcraft Training Centre … Continue reading

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