Those who can't manage themselves can't be expected to manage anything else either.

Leadership has been the tip of everyone’s tongue of the last decade. From convention keynoters, to coaches, to political pundits, everyone insists they want a cadre of leaders to carry out their mission.

So for all the talk, techniques, training, and tips on the leadership topic, you’d think managers, executives, and professionals at all levels would have the concept down pat by now.  Not so.  A few are still off track.

Leadership Defined: It’s NOT a Position

the ceo magazine, personal growth,
Bill Thompson

I spent twenty years in the corporate world creating, building, and selling companies and twenty more helping my son grow a computer memory manufacturing operation he’d started at age fourteen. Over that stretch I held every “chief” title there was, it seemed—except Chief Financial Officer. I was always smart enough to know someone else needed to do the numbers.

the ceo magazine, resilient organization,
Doug Hensch, President, DRH Group 

Both the Democratic and Republican candidates for President of the United States have “unfavorable” ratings by the general public that have never been seen before. Attack ads are the norm and the personal insults thrown by each side get louder, every day. The American public is getting weary of all this negativity and it’s sapping our resilience while pushing us further apart as a society.

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