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Legacy Leadership

The basics of leadership effectiveness are still valid, even in the Facebook age! If you recall the Hollywood movie, Space Cowboys, you know the gist of the story is that an old Soviet satellite is on a course to crash-land … Continue reading

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Can You Rely on Your Corporate Culture?

Facts from paper are not the same as facts from people. The reliability of the people giving you the facts is as important as the facts themselves.  ~Harold S. Geneen Reliability is an important issue in our fast-paced, modern lifestyles. … Continue reading

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Mr. Fixit, Part 2

One of the key themes during this year’s US Presidential debates (besides the economy, duh!) was the demise of values; family values, American values, social values, neighbourly values, etc.  And a particular hot topic was the seeming disregard for positive … Continue reading

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