Seeds of Leadership

With every leadership assessment event that I have attended and facilitated, about 500 to be exact, I have learned firsthand what defines and shapes great leaders. I have been a witness to the “ah-ha” moments when a leader comes to the realization that in order to transform the business, he/she must first transform themselves ---... Continue Reading →

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Multi-Generational Engagement

Companies and organizations, both large and small, public and private --- have something in common --- they face the challenge of leading and engaging multiple generations of workers --- Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y (Millennials).  For the first time in American history these multiple generations are coexisting and often times colliding in... Continue Reading →


According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “Followership” means:  “the capacity or willingness to follow a leader”.  The opportunity to challenge leaders to view themselves through the prism of reciprocity is as fascinating to us both today as it was in the early stages of our respective consulting and teaching careers. In the era of Business 2.0... Continue Reading →

Leaders Are Born — Not Bred

There’s a lot of chatter in the blogosphere about leadership, attributes of great leaders, hints and tips on sharpening your leadership skills, what business schools produce the most successful CEOs, workshops abound to coach and guide you through the abyss of leadership ambiguity, etc.  It’s both endless and overwhelming, but necessary to keep the conversation... Continue Reading →

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