“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”
– John F. Kennedy

As leaders, personal development is part of the job description.  Not only do we owe it to ourselves, we owe it to our teammates. These posts will help you lead yourself better so that you can lead others more effectively.

Personal Development

Personal Development

How to be Humble

How to be Humble

Early in his life, Benjamin Franklin fell into conversation with a friend of his. As Franklin retells the story in his autobiography, “a Quaker Friend…kindly inform’d me that I was generally thought proud.” The Friend went on to describe Franklin’s behavior as insolent and overbearing. And he said that in conversation, …

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Book Notes - Quiet - The Power of Introvers in a World That Can't Stop Talking

Book Notes: Quiet

You are a member of a small group of survivors that has just crash-landed a float plane in remote sub-arctic Canada. You have been able to salvage 15 items from the plane, but you can’t take all of them with you. So as a group, you must rank order the …

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Feel Sorry on your Own Time

Feel Sorry on Your Own Time

The football arcs high above the field seemingly in slow motion, reaching its zenith, then nosing over and beginning its plummet to the field below. On the 15 yard line the rookie receiver waits. No fair catch – he’s got time to grab it and start to run. He’s already …

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