Leadership

We are all like Icebergs
By Parrish C. Payton · 3 weeks ago
When we encounter another, we see their face, we see their body, we may even feel them by means of a handshake or a hug. We hear their voice; we may even pick up the ...
Professional Roles and Values
By Linda Ween · 4 months ago
The nursing career enables every individual involved in it to uphold given professional standards. The standards, also called the code of ethics, guide nurses in decision-making on a daily basis. The nursing profession also inculcates ...
Ethics entices the enrichment of morality - Warrior Credo
By Randy Gonzalez · 6 months ago
Warriors believe in ethical precepts. By neither extraneous dogma nor canonized doctrine, their ideological precepts are constantly tested over time, growth and maturity, reality and reason, against the background of myths, deceptions and sinister intentions. ...
Little Things Lead to Big Things
By Luke Crane · 7 months ago
It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen. — John Wooden I don’t play much golf. In fact, I wouldn’t call it playing at all. What can I say… God ...
What Your Hands Say About Your Personality ?
By Sarah Donalds · 6 months ago
Ever wonder what your hands say about your personality if someone approached you and said I can tell your future by just reading your palm what would you do ? would you be intrigued or ...
Values Over Morals
By Luke Crane · 9 months ago
"Values are the qualities of a life lived fully from the inside out." — Laura Witworth Values Are Not Morals When I told my wife about this topic she said "hmmmm…. I’m intrigued". Chances are ...
The Movie Mentality
By Luke Crane · 9 months ago
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." — Carl Young Brian Tracy tells the story about the moment his life changed. He was reading at ...
Are You Giving Credit To The Thunder Or The Lightning
By Luke Crane · 9 months ago
The thunder is good, the thunder is impressive; but it is lighting that does the work. — Mark Twain When you were a kid, were you afraid of thunder? I know I was. Crazy that ...
Is It Really Gossip
By Luke Crane · 9 months ago
Gossip is when you have a malice of intent or mindless, third-party conversation to someone about someone, something you haven’t said to that someone. - Iyanla Vanzant Gossip In Leadership Have you ever asked yourself ...
Spartan Creed for every Deed
By Randy Gonzalez · 10 months ago
Spartan creed for every deed suggests the duty, discipline and devotion for the ultimate quest of the personal mission. For an ethical framework by which life is a meaningful experience in every aspect, the free ...
10 Essential Management skills Every Leader must possess
By Mark Jav · 11 months ago
Learning management skills is paramount no matter what position you are. Raising your management skills will assist you to grow your competencies and soft skills and will bring a significant change in the way you ...
Use the power of emotional ownership to get more stuff done.
By Jeff Moore · 1 year ago
I remember the first time I worked in corporate America. I was hanging out with people who were simply there because they had nothing better to do after college. They looked at their first corporate ...
Challenging "It's Not My Job"
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
That’s not my job — People who don't get it On some level… it is not completely their fault. I know what you are thinking. YES IT IS! They are the ones that keep saying ...
Leadership is a learnable skill - recruit supervisors for attitude
By Denis Becker · 1 year ago
Have you ever struggled to identify suitable internal candidates for first-line leadership positions? Have you promoted great operators that subsequently turned out to be not so great as supervisors? Have you recruited experienced supervisors or ...
It's Not Just A Pen
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
We are about the relentless pursuit of excellence. — Ward Wiebe At Ritz-Carlton, the tiniest details matter. In the fantastic read "The New Gold Standard" by J. Michelli, he tells the story of the development ...
From Getting Stars to Getting Them
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
Being a leader is sacrificial... it will cost you. In 1955, the first polio vaccine was introduced at a large press conference by Jonas Salk. He was publicly credited as a miracle worker in polio ...
Emotional Bank Accounts
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
No doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book smarts, but my experience says it is actually more important in the making of a leader. You just can’t ignore it. — Jack Welch Everyone is ...
Progress Not Perfection
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. — Benjamin Franklin Consider this scenario. You are new to a team, and your leader asks you to take on ...
Weaknesses Aren't Strengths
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
Story Time… I had two different passions in high school, football and marching band. More specifically drumline. Now if you know anything about football games, you know that the team plays the first half and ...
Raise Your Leadership Ceiling
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
Anyone can steer the ship, it takes a leader to chart the course.— John Maxwell When I think about leadership, I think about satellites. At any given time a satellite can be flying above us. ...