Monthly Archives: July 2013

Take the Scenic Route to Leadership

By advancing to leadership too quickly, many young professionals are missing out on defining experiences along the way. There is no substitute for time in grade. Learning to lead is an evolutionary process, and sometimes a journey along the scenic route is actually the most efficient path to becoming a sustainable leader. Now that organizations…
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Leadership Legacy is Overrated

When leaders arrive at the conclusion that it’s time to exit an organization, their attention often turns to determining what kind of legacy they want to leave behind. After years of service, progress, and commitment, it can be hard to stomach the notion of being forgotten. So the task becomes, how to sprinkle reminders throughout…
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