Archive for December, 2008

 
Dec
12

Keeping the Vision in Front of You

Several of my most recent posts have been along the same theme. I don't mean to keep "beating the same horse" but in times like this I've found that unless […]

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Posted on: December 12, 2008 in Leadership
Nov
19

The Death of a Vision

As you study corporate, church or organizational history, you will see an interesting pattern unfold. That is, the entrepreneurial spirit (or revival) starts with a person whose tremendously gifted and […]

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Posted on: November 19, 2008 in Leadership
Nov
12

Keeping the Team Aligned with Your Vision

This past week I've been spending a considerable amount of my reading time studying Exodus chapters 24-32. To give you some context, Moses returns from a conversation with God and […]

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Posted on: November 12, 2008 in Leadership
Sep
24

Attending a WOW Seminar

I just returned from the ECPA sponsored Marketing to Women Conference in Austin, TX. Hosted by Wizard of Ads and featuring Michele Miller (author of The Soccer Mom Myth), the […]

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Posted on: September 24, 2008 in Leadership
Sep
15

Developing a Personal Vision

Leading with vision is important. Vision clears the clutter and gives your people direction, energy and hope. Developing a personal vision gives you an opportunity to build upon something outside […]

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Posted on: September 15, 2008 in Leadership
Sep
05

The Power of Vision

The last couple of weeks we've watched candidates for the Presidency attempt, before huge live and television crowds, to lay out their vision. They want our votes, they offer change […]

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Posted on: September 5, 2008 in Leadership
Aug
07

Jet Farve? I Just Don’t Get It

Ok, you're the CEO at a major company (or even a minor one). Your top Executive decides to retire. Now, it's true he or she has done this before, you've […]

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Posted on: August 7, 2008 in Leadership
Aug
04

Team Building Starts with YOU

Whether we’re working with one other person or we’re trying to put together a multi-national division, building a team that trusts each other and gets results can be tough sledding […]

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Posted on: August 4, 2008 in Leadership
Jul
29

Positive Leadership Change

Paul was extraordinary. A child prodigy. He was trained in the best schools; he always graduated at the top of his class. There was never a leader better qualified or […]

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Posted on: July 29, 2008 in Leadership
Jul
01

Creativity Revealed – A Review

I just finished reading “Creativity Revealed: Discovering the Source of Inspiration” by Scott Jeffrey. I found the book to be a delightful journey through the creative process and an inspiration […]

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Posted on: July 1, 2008 in Books, Leadership
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