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You Can’t Touch Their Minds Until You Touch Their Hearts

This article was originally posted shortly after the death of Steve Jobs. I revised it to reflect new knowledge after the movie about him was released.  As I considered the global outpouring of sadness and loss after the death of Steve Jobs, I thought about why he generated such tremendous affection. He was the head […]

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Healing the Wounds of Change

Healing the Wounds of Change

“Those who manage change in modern organizations need to learn to dance, to become healers capable of releasing collective energy to heal the wounds of change.”                                                   ~Terrence Deal    Terrence Deal’s quote […]

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Is a Good Mood Always a Good Idea?

Leaders who instinctively lean toward Affective Leadershipsm practices recognize that their emotions and attitudes affect people around them. They sense that positive interaction brings positive results. They know that their enthusiasm or lack of it can make or break a new initiative. And, quite a bit of research supports those notions. However, it is also important […]

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Leadership and Limbic Resonance

What is Limbic Resonance and How Can Leaders Use It?

A number of years ago, Thomas Lewis, Fari Amini and Richard Lannon wrote a detailed and insightful book on human emotion called A General Theory of Love (2000) using brain research at the University of California, San Francisco and reference to earlier work. In this book, they introduce and explain the term Limbic Resonance, which […]

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Leadership- Limit the Term, Expand the Reach

Leadership – Is the Term Overused?

The word leadership is thrown around quite liberally, but it is less common to analyze what leadership means, to think about who leaders really are, and to consider how to expand the pool of leaders. People usually think only of the actions a leader takes, often forgetting that a real leader must have followers—people who […]

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How do You Gain Mastery?

How do I begin a discussion about a book that I read halfway through before I saw any connection to my life and then realized as I finished that it had profound implications? Mastery by George Leonard is that book.  I read it a number of years ago, and since then, I have recommended it to friends, […]

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