Why are there no Tea-partyers in Most Companies?

Let me begin by stating that this blog is not intended to have anything to do with the current politics. In fact, for the purposes of this blog, my definition of the tea party is ‘a group of people who are expressing their dissatisfaction with a situation’.   These are people who are unhappy and they have found […]

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Leaders that Rock!

 

Yesterday I was jogging around a man-made lake in the area where I live.  It was one of those hot and very humid days that Dallas is known for and my biorhythms were not great.  I was pushing myself to keep going. Several times I considered giving up and going home.  As I ran past […]

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What Today’s Leaders Can Learn From Nelson Mandela’s Leadership Style

Parallels  Between USA and South Africa

The USA and South Africa are oceans apart in geography, culture and history.  And yet, as someone who was born in South Africa and lived there for more than half my life, and who is now a US citizen, I see several fascinating parallels.  Today South Africa is […]

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The Eyes Show it All

Leaders – Do Your Employees Have Shining Eyes?

Last Monday I had an experience that I think you will find very interesting.   The wonderful people out there who read my blogs know that my leadership development concept is called Spirited Economics™ which simply means that when leaders know how to ignite the spirit of the […]

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The ONE Ability that made Nelson Mandela A Great Leader

If you haven’t seen the movie ‘Invictus’ yet, I can highly recommend it.   Apart from a truly astonishing performance by Morgan Freeman as Mandela, this movie beautifully depicts the unmatched, absolutely unique leadership style of Nelson Mandela.

Mandela spent twenty seven years in a tiny prison cell on Robben Island for opposing […]

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