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Every Sunday the New York Times interviews executives who have a special message about or insight into leadership and their personal techniques for success. In this blog, I’d like to cover the essential points about leadership as described by James P. Hackett, president and CEO of Steelcase, the office furniture company based in Grand Rapids,...
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One of my coaching engagements has led me to learn a theory which is known to many but is new to me.  It is The Cycle of Renewal and was developed by the Hudson Institute.  Renewal is the reverse of burnout.  It is about deliberate rehabilitation for finding what you want to achieve because it...
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Have you ever thought about walking on hot coals and what would happen to your feet?  I always thought not getting burned was a trick.  But it seems some people gave it a shot last month in San Jose, California, and they got burned.  Are we surprised? In the New York Times of August 4th,...
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In this Sunday’s New York Times, I feel an exceptional leader was interviewed.  Laurel Richie is the president of the W.N.B.A.  During her interview, she cited numerous examples of how all leaders can do better, proving that a leader need not be a CEO or COO. The article was entitled “Tell Me Your Idea (and...
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