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Good Leaders Utilize the “What If” Methodology in Planning

Leaders need to be able to see what is going to happen before it happens. This does not mean that leaders must be clairvoyant or psychic and be able to see into the future. Rather, good leaders understand that the … Continue reading

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Sometimes All a Leader Needs to do to take Action is Just Stand Up

Good leaders rely on their awareness of their own innate leadership talent to know when to engage an issue, situation or crisis. They seem to possess a sixth sense about how long to assess and analyze a matter and when … Continue reading

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Good Leadership is the Prerequisite for Success

Good leadership is the prerequisite and foundation of successful small businesses, large corporations, public institutions, military commands, governments, and nations. When good leadership exists within these entities, especially in the top executive or leader, then they will be vibrant and … Continue reading

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Good Leaders Rise above Adversity and Bad Breaks

Leaders have to deal with whatever adversity and bad breaks impacts them and the people they lead. That’s part of what leaders do and are expected to do. When misfortune does strike, good leaders will move to quickly identify the … Continue reading

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It Is Easier To Ask For Forgiveness Than Permission

This is my thirty-fifth weekly Blog regarding the state of leadership in America. Most people in leadership positions do not want to make a decision or start down a particular path unless they are personally convinced by the analysis of … Continue reading

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