10 organizational competencies of a superlative leader
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10 organizational competencies of a superlative leader

He was a fair to middling woodworker. On a good day he could complete a project with only one or two mistakes. In his early thirties, he had an inclination to drink and in a place where the price of rum was less than that of milk, staying lubricated was neither difficult nor expensive…unless you...
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The Problem-Solving Process – a free infographic
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The Problem-Solving Process – a free infographic

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4 questions to ask when someone brings a problem to you or you can learn a lot from a monkey
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4 questions to ask when someone brings a problem to you or you can learn a lot from a monkey

Leaders, especially superlative ones, are achievers. They get things done. They are typically hands-on, roll up the sleeves type of people who attack life and its opportunities head on. It is that sort of attitude that contributes to success, a tenacious, never say die pursuit of achievement. Typically they are labeled Type A, but I...
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Kryptonite, even superlative leaders have to be careful
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Kryptonite, even superlative leaders have to be careful

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, by high schoolers Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster in 1933, he first appeared to the public in Edition #1 of Action Comics in June, 1938. The son of scientist Jor-El, infant Kal-El was rocketed to Earth by his father just before the planet Krypton was destroyed. Landing in Kansas, he was...
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What purpose looks like
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What purpose looks like

Yesterday someone posted a provocative question that showed up on my Facebook timeline. They asked “If you don’t know your purpose, are you still looking for it?” Surprisingly, many of the comments indicated the commenter did not know their purpose or that their sense of purpose was continually evolving. I understand the latter because we...
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Qualities of a superlative leader #4 – Competence, part 1
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Qualities of a superlative leader #4 – Competence, part 1

“Leadership means that a group, large or small, is willing to entrust authority to a person who has shown judgment, wisdom, personal appeal, and proven competence.” – Walt Disney." Walt Disney was born December 5, 1901 at 2156 North Tripp Avenue in Chicago’s Hermosa neighborhood. His family moved around some while he was growing up,...
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