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New Year’s Resolution: Expand Leadership Strengths with Curiosity

The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers…             William Wordsworth Our daily lives, full of obligation and negotiation, can be overwhelming. Our leadership roles complicate these ordinary exchanges, adding a layer of responsibility and consequence. At the turning of the year, hopeful and perhaps […]

The Six Steps to Strong Leadership – Surrounded by Courage

In Adam Bryant’s NY Times interview with G.J. Hart, executive chairman, C.E.O. and president of California Pizza Kitchen, Hart named six steps of leadership he lives by: I call them the six steps of leadership, surrounded by courage. Courage is an interesting one because any leadership role is about stepping out and having the courage […]

What We Can Learn in the Wild: A Leaderʻs Survival Guide?

From Lonely Planetʻs entertaining blog… What to do when you encounter dangerous animals Kate Armstrong 16 May, 2012 (with occasional comments by Carol Burbank, leadership wrangler…)   There’s no better story than an encounter with a charging bull elephant. That said, you want to make sure you live to tell the tale. Whether you are spotting […]