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After Benghazi Hearing, One Burning Question

Like many Americans, I spent some time between other activities watching Hillary Clinton’s 8+ hour testimony in front of the House Select Committee on Benghazi. As the hearing ended, I was struck by a question I have not seen addressed: Would the circumstances have been different in any way if Secretary Clinton were a man? […]

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Executive Presence and You Webinar and Toolkit

Last week, I had the distinct honor of presenting a webinar called Executive Presence and You for HRO Today. Their mission to provide HR professionals with networking, professional development, HR services and technology tools is a great fit for my efforts to enhance leadership skills and practice. You can register to access the recording of this […]

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Executive Presence and YOU…Presentation and Toolkit

I was deeply honored when HRO Today, an international organization dedicated to promoting professional development, peer-to-peer networking and tools and promotions around service and technology in Human Resources, invited me to present a webinar for their organization. The one-hour webinar on Friday, October 16 at 10 a.m. EDT is called Executive Presence and YOU, and it is open […]

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Gun Violence, Leadership and Belief in Change

In the education biz, a teacher’s belief that he or she can make a difference in student learning is called efficacy. A teacher’s sense of efficacy is clearly tied to student achievement, motivation and a student’s sense of his own efficacy. I thought of this term last week when I heard about another senseless gun […]

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Why Pope Francis is a Rock-Star Leader

I will start with a disclaimer. I am not a Catholic and the chances of my conversion are extremely remote. I disagree with a fair number of the Pope’s core beliefs and with many teachings of the church he represents. I grew up in the rural South in a Protestant family, but today my orientation […]

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Strong Leaders Tell AND Defend the Truth

Strong Leaders Tell AND Defend the Truth

I have long contended that each of us is or should be a leader. Leadership is influence. It may be influence that comes from position but, just as often, it is a result of circumstance. Influence may extend only to family life and the role we play in raising children to productive adulthood, or it […]

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