Posts in Leadership
Choose More than One Teacher

There is no single path to follow except your own, there are no set of principles applicable to every situation. There is only authenticity.

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The Executive Who Dabbled in Management

We are a nation of learners. We love to get those framed certificates and add important sounding initials after our names. We often dabble in this course and that seminar, but make the mistake of adding rather than subtracting.

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Sometimes, Doing Nothing is Enough

It is not that the truth always hurts, it is sometimes a matter of the truth being the best way. It is not often that we get to use the word “Gentleman,” but in the following example we are about to discuss, our client was both a successful executive and a gentleman.

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The Long and Short of It is a Circle

Imagine two managers are called into an executive leader’s office who are not “seeing eye to eye (another interesting phrase!).” They have asked for a meeting to help resolve the situation.

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Leadership, MindfulnessBruce Wolk
The Entrepreneur Who Knew (Almost) Everything

Several years ago, an entrepreneur came to me “hat in hand,” as the saying used to go, who was quite humbled to say the least. He had once made a lot of money in the electronics business and he was convinced that his entrepreneurial spirit, hunches, drive and determination could be applied to a Southwestern concept chain of quick serve restaurants. 

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Leadership, MindfulnessBruce Wolk