Managing Your Influence

Managing Your Influence

Leaders are powerful people. Many assume that there’s an inference to the size of an organization, people, profession and/or financial impact. On the contrary, leaders are powerful people simply because of the influence they are given. In their book, Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God’s Agenda, Henry and Richard Blackaby define influence as the […]

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Leaders Who Neglect

Leaders Who Neglect

Almost any form of neglect or inattention can be destructive. It is even more disappointing when it comes from individuals who should have the aptitude and awareness to know when there are neglectful conditions present. To be clear, neglect is not simply the denial of someone’s existence or condition. On a broader scale neglect very […]

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Leaders Who Listen

Leaders Who Listen

All of us have encountered leaders that do not appear to listen well. The bigger concern is that they seem to be the only ones who don’t know it. As a leader, you must know that we have a listening epidemic today. Professional motivation among teams, colleagues, partners, and associates are at all-time lows.  Staff […]

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