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Acceptance speech by actor Ashton Kutcher — Hear his Surprising Message

Regardless of your perception of actor Ashton Kutcher, we had to share his recent speech at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards regarding his perspective on life and work. You may be surprised. What part of his message makes you want to cheer? Related Articles: Leaders Dig Deep and Treasure Their Trials: A How-To Article “What […]

August 19, 2013

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How to Be a Thought Leader–It’s Easier Than You Think

By Dorothy Crenshaw Becoming a thought leader—everyone’s always talking about it, but who’s really doing it? It’s a cliché in PR and marketing circles. We tend to promise clients we can help make them a thought leader, pepper our proposals with the term, and invoke “thought capital” to differentiate corporations and their most marketable attributes. […]

August 15, 2013

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Washington Needs a Real Shot of Courage—A Call to Action Editorial

Read Lee’s bold editorial on TheHill.com as he encourages leaders in Washington D.C. to be courageous leaders. Do you believe it’s possible for courageous leaders to emerge out of the mire of our political system? What does it take, and who’s doing it well? Click to Read Here And if you believe that this is […]

August 13, 2013

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How to Avoid Two Dangerous Traps in Leadership—Listen and Engage

We often read or hear in the media about leaders whose lack of courage reaped painful consequences. But these “spectacular” failures are just the tip of the iceberg. Doubts and fears of a much smaller magnitude have caused legions of leaders to fail in less obvious ways. Although these failures don’t make the newspapers, they […]

August 1, 2013

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Lee’s Latest Book Recommendation – “Eyes on the Horizon” – Read Why

Published in 2010, ‘Eyes on the Horizon’ shares the stories and thoughts of the Former Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, General Richard B. Myers, during the critical four years following September 11. Then, he proposes a bold new plan to prepare America for the diverse national security challenges of the twenty-first century. General […]

July 24, 2013

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Interview with an American Hero

Extremely grateful for people like Tim who invested time, energy, leadership, and thoughtfulness to raise awareness. Anyone–regardless of age–can make an impact in their sphere of influence.

July 23, 2013

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Fighting to Win in Leadership (Part 2) – How to Get There

(Editor’s Note: We featured Part 1 of this article in January 2013 and intentionally waited until the middle of the year to post this second post. We encourage you to reflect on the time that has passed this year and evaluate how you’ve fought to win this year. This article is an excerpt from Chapter […]

July 15, 2013

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The 5 Ways to Spot an Emotionally Intelligent Leader

by Harvey Deutschendorf (Editor’s Note: From time to time, we want to feature blog articles from other authors that highlight a particular issue related to leadership and personal development.) Research has shown us that more than 90 percent of top leadership performers have a high amount of emotional intelligence, or EI. The higher up the […]

July 9, 2013

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Faith and Courage: Close Allies in Authentic Leadership – Watch the Video

Lee Ellis was invited to speak on InTouch with Dr. Charles Stanley recently. In honor of the Independence Day Week, we wanted to share this message with you, too. In addition to Lee’s strong call to faith and courage as elements of authentic leadership, this segment also features several veterans including Sgt First Class SFC […]

July 2, 2013

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Leaders and Difficult Decisions: How Do You Handle Syrian Crisis Scenarios?

Hard choices come with the job of a leader. Imagine almost 1 million Americans dying in a modern American civil war over the last two years, comparatively speaking. That is the ratio of people that have died in the current debacle in Syria—many of them innocents caught amid the violence.* It’s a tangible example of […]

July 1, 2013

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Doing the Right Thing: My Frustrating Healthcare Visit and the Surprise Ending

By Michael Roman (Editor’s Note: From time to time, we want to feature blog articles from other authors that highlight a particular issue related to leadership and personal development.) Frustrations for C-level executives run high when someone in their organization decides NOT TO ACT to correct a damaging situation before its effects reach the final […]

June 17, 2013

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