Week of July 21, 2015
“There is an important distinction between teaching and learning: you teach animals but people learn.”

Week of July 14, 2015
“It only takes one to lead a parade.”

Week of July 7, 2015
“Leadership is autological because its appearance expresses its own meaning.”

Week of June 29, 2015
“As a manager, it is great to be liked, but leaders know it is more important to be fair.”

Week of June 22, 2015
“The actions of others do not dictate our behavior or our mood.”

Week of June 15, 2015
“Leadership grows as one’s ego diminishes.”

Week of June 8, 2015
“As tempting as the short term opportunity may be, always consider the impact of your decision before proceeding; you may find that the immediate pleasure is not worth the long term cost.”

Week of June 1, 2015

“When opportunities to serve arise, leaders eagerly pursue them while others cower, fearful the call will be for them”

Week of May 26, 2015

“Using a single characteristic, or even a finite set of factors to define and identify leadership is simplistic.  It is an intricate and complex blend of every factor associated with environment, people and circumstances.”

Week of May 19, 2015

“People regret what they do not try/the paths not chosen; they do not regret decisions they make. Leaders know this and act.  Failure is in not trying.”

Week of May 12, 2015

“Leaders know that ‘a meeting of the minds’ is important to set vision, strategy and tactics but far more valuable to growth and success is ‘a meeting of the hearts’, which builds commitment, engagement and trust.”

Week of May 5, 2015

“Leaders realize that it is far more important to become not a person of success but rather a person of value.”

Week of April 29, 2015

“Leaders recognize the value of talent but understand that talent alone is not enough. The best performers are also the hardest workers.”

Week of April 22, 2015

“Leaders gain their authority by giving it away.”

Week of April 16, 2015

“Not everyone can become a great leader, but great leadership can come from anyone and a great leader can come from anywhere.”

Week of April 8, 2015

“Leaders establish rules not for compliance but rather to encourage growth, fairness, and success.”

Week of April 1, 2015

“Amazing things happen when you do not care who gets the credit.”