Good movies have patterns: heroes and villains; good and evil; obstacles and overcoming. Leaders often see the need to be the heroes in a story. Newsflash! If you’re a good leader, you know that you are truly not the hero in the story of your business or organization. You know that the true heroes […]
In science, there is an interesting dynamic. It is the law of expansion and contraction, the process that happens when matter is affected by outside forces. For example, when you heat water to a certain point, it expands and turns to steam. When you cool it down, it turns to liquid – or even ice. […]
How leaders distinguish themselves during tough times. Nineteen years into his career as an art teacher, John Schuler was frustrated. He loved being a teacher, but knew changes needed to be made at his middle school; changes to make it a better place to teach and learn. So John did what a lot of people […]
The stereotypical leader is the person out in front of the crowd, leading the charge. They are those in front of the group teaching. They are those on the stage speaking to the audience. They are the commandos making massive deals from big desks in corner offices. They are doers, speakers, and action-focused achievers. But […]
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