Mar
07

From Ashes to Empathy

The legend of the Phoenix has been recited to countless generations since its earliest origins.  Even in this modern era, there’s still something inspiring about that mythological bird that had the ability to rise from ashes to new life and limitless possibilities. Indeed, the promise of ‘rebirth’ should resonate with everyone who has endured the […]

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Feb
07

Why Madden Mattered

At the end of 2021, we lost an American icon.  John Madden passed away at the age of 85 on December 28th.  He’d lived a remarkable life, hailing from a small town in Minnesota yet rising to the world stage via the National Football League, broadcasting, and an extraordinary video game franchise. To some people, […]

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Jan
10

Dealing with the “Great Resignation” Dilemma Part II

“I subscribe to the great resignation 100%. I have yet to work for a company with a great culture, (that) appreciates me and values my time. I’ve been worn down to nubs, and I’ve only been in the corporate world for 11 years.” This unsolicited testimony came via email to LEADon® in November 2021 during […]

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Dec
15

Dealing with the “Great Resignation” Dilemma Part I

Are you aware that a smaller, yet surprisingly powerful epidemic is sweeping through the ranks of organizations just like yours? For lack of a better description, this current economic dilemma is simply called the “Great Resignation,” and it represents another devastating blow to businesses already struggling from the fallout of COVID-19.  If you’re uncertain about whether or not this crisis—which is also being labeled  the “big […]

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Nov
17

Optimism’s Advantage

A quote attributed to Colin Powell provides insight into his numerous accomplishments:  Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier. While there are manifold attributes people would associate with a stellar soldier and public servant like General Powell, optimism might not make the list of character traits in many individuals’ minds. However, Powell’s positive outlook not only […]

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Oct
25

Identifying and Developing Talent

In the 1950s, riding instructor Harry deLeyer identified what would eventually prove to be an amazing talent, impacting his life far beyond what he could have imagined at the time.  Arriving late to an auction, he spotted the few remaining unsold horses which were headed for the slaughterhouse. Something in the eyes of a former […]

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Sep
16

Culture of Caring

After a recent blog garnered great interest, the LEADon® team decided to dive a little deeper into the ‘culture of caring’ theme which resonated with so many readers. Indeed, due to the tumultuous events of 2020-21, caring for one another seems an appropriate topic for families to consider, including members of a Corporate Family®. After […]

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Aug
27

Improving Customer Connections

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou Perhaps more than ever, the need to improve customer service is on the radar of many leaders.  Although serving others is not a new concept in leadership, embracing […]

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