Feb
16

10 Goals for Today’s Working Women (and the men in your lives!) Part I

This blog is for everyone, so don’t stop reading! If you are a man, please read this and then pass it on to a woman in your life.  It could be a colleague, friend, or perhaps your wife or daughter.  Let her know that the following thoughts are from a leadership coach with thirty years […]

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Jan
16

Bank of Relational Equity and Trust

Over the years, we’ve talked to leaders about building trust and why it is essential for the long-term health of any organization.  But how is trust actually built, or should we say developed, between individuals, teams, and in corporate families? Interestingly enough, this process is similar to the way people bank money, but instead of […]

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Oct
27

Leadership Lessons from Far, Far Away

*Sometimes a simple story reminds us of where we need to grow, so enjoy the leadership fable you’ll find below! Long, long ago in a place called Far, Far Away Life was sweet and pleasant, both night and day. The king and queen led with a fair, balanced hand So men, women and children thrived […]

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Sep
15

Passion and Your Profession

Recently I read an article written by a successful dermatologist who finally returned to her “passion” in life. It seems that she’d been an avid hiker before medical school, and even after establishing her practice, the demands of her family and patients took precedence over something she’d enjoyed doing when she was younger. To be […]

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Aug
04

How to Hire: Part II

As we discussed in a previous blog, the hiring process can be harrowing for many leaders. Pressure is on to find the “perfect fit” for the Corporate Family—and there is often a looming fear that you might miss the best candidate in the frenzy of trying to fill an open position. If you recall our […]

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Jun
23

How to Hire: Part I

One of the most difficult decisions any leader makes is determining which candidate, sometimes from among dozens, should be hired for a position. After all, what happens if you select an individual who ends up to be the wrong fit for your Corporate Family and then miss adding “the one” who might have worked out […]

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May
25

Leadership Lessons from Guantanamo Bay

When we received an email asking if the LEADon team would be willing to visit Guantanamo Bay to teach leadership lessons  with the troops stationed there, our initial reaction came in the form of two questions: What could ordinary civilians like us possibly have to say to highly-trained military personnel? That was followed promptly by: […]

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May
19

Corporate Parenting

There’s an interesting dynamic in every organization across the globe: Corporate Parenting. And while few business graduate programs study this aspect of management and leadership, at LEADon we contend that those who guide your company ought to operate as parents to your Corporate Family. In our book, Corporate Family Matters, we break down the roles […]

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