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A Leadership Lesson from 19,340 ft.

Several years ago, my oldest son and I had the idea we wanted to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa – 19,340 ft. That was our vision. However, the idea alone was not sufficient to get us to the top. If we’re not careful, as leaders, we can get so excited about the destination, we forget that vision alone won’t get us where we want to go.

Peyton Manning Leaves Well

Leadership transition is a part of life – it happens. Unfortunately, it often doesn’t happen well. There was an article by Chris Chase, a blogger for Yahoo!, published a couple of days ago that once again reveals what a class act Peyton Manning really is.

3 Things Leaders Must Remember About Vision

Vision is perhaps the most misunderstood aspect of leadership. It is universally held as a critical element of successful leadership; yet as it is discussed, it is often shrouded in mystery and ambiguity. It doesn’t have to be this way. Vision rightly defined and understood is the cornerstone of great leadership and great accomplishment.

7 Ways to Help People Catch Your Vision

One of the most critical parts of our role as leaders is helping people see the future as we see it. This is an ever-present challenge. One of the reasons this task is so formidable is that people are different – what resonates with one person may not connect at all with someone else.

What Leaders Can Learn from Peyton Manning's Departure

Leadership transitions are tough – whether you’re an executive in a big company, a high school principle or a quarterback in the NFL. Today, let’s look at what we might learn from Manning’s departure that might help us all as we face our next leadership transition.

4 Keys to Strategic Insight

How do leaders know what needs to be done? Do they have a special gift or talent? Some leaders do, but most do not. So, if you’re like me, a leader without a special talent for seeing the future, what do you do?

The Power of a 3 x 5 Card

There’s something extremely powerful in a shared purpose. This may seem obvious to any of you trying to build a great team. But you’d probably be surprised how often teams do not have a common sense of purpose.

3 Ways Leaders Reinvent Their World

As you think about your childhood, can you remember going by car to some exciting destination?  Okay, maybe it wasn’t exciting, but you were in the car and you asked the question that kids have been asking since Henry Ford produced the Model T – “Are we there yet?”


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