Take another English course.

Another Mini-Maxim in the series. 6. Take another English course. My father has used this direction with all of my brothers and sisters and I have vowed that I too, will use it on my children,  I never liked to hear the words, they seemed to be a put down every time I mispronounced a word orContinue reading “Take another English course.”

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For those Father’s who may be toasting at their daughter’s wedding:

A few toasts for the Father of the Bride: Let us raise our glasses and toast the happy couple. The bride has been like a ray of warm sun light on my soul from the day she was born. Now, she begins a new life and there will be another man to whom she willContinue reading “For those Father’s who may be toasting at their daughter’s wedding:”

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Ten Levels of Delegation

As a Leader, you are charged with getting things done through the efforts of others. The ability to use your vision, experience and personality in directing tasks, setting goals and achieving results is paramount to your success and the success of the organization. How you go about delegating tasks are based on the environment, yourContinue reading “Ten Levels of Delegation”

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Shine up your neighbor’s halo.

Another Mini-Maxim in the series… 5. Shine up your neighbor’s halo One Sunday morning while in vacation, while sitting in a back pew of a small country church, with my eyes half asleep, I dimly heard the elder Priest urge his flock to “stop worrying about your own halo and shine up your neighbors!” ItContinue reading “Shine up your neighbor’s halo.”

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The Ten Commandments of Leadership

The Ten Commandments of Leadership – I believe this speaks for itself. I. Treat Everyone With Respect and Dignity II. Set the Example for Others to Follow III. Be an Active Coach IV. Develop Yourself to Your highest Potential V. Be Available and Visible to Your Staff VI. Build Group Cohesiveness and Pride VII. Show ConfidenceContinue reading “The Ten Commandments of Leadership”

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Taking pause to reflect on my greatest mentor, my Dad

Today would have been my Dad’s 83rd birthday. While it has only been three years since his passing, I still hear his voice, sense his encouragement and feel his presence. I want to take pause today to reflect on a few of examples of his leadership in my life – as my first and greatestContinue reading “Taking pause to reflect on my greatest mentor, my Dad”

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