Leadership Blog

This is to heartily welcome all the readers to the LEADERSHIP VITALS Blog! I truly appreciate the time you are spending reading the blog. My prayer and hope is that the contents of this blog be of help to you in becoming a better leader. I created this blog with the intent of putting “the […]
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LEADERSHIP FAILURE Last of 3 Parts     How does one avoid Leadership Failure on a higher level? By looking to the future and taking it further.   Effective leadership is not just gauged by how well the team does when the leader is there. Moreso, it is gauged by how well the team does […]
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LEADERSHIP FAILURE 2nd of 3 Parts   In the previous blog, we touched on the Leadership Failure of the immediate superior. This time, we will focus on the continuation of this failure in the person who “received” the Leadership Failure.   It is true that the newly-promoted person who was not equipped with the requisite […]
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LEADERSHIP FAILURE 1st of 3 Parts   One of the most common things we have seen in the corporate world is a phenomenon we will call, “LEADERSHIP FAILURE”.     In truth, there is no “problem”, per se, with top management because they would not be there if they did not have the requisite skills, […]
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  BREAKTHROUGHS ARE IMPORTANT FOR VICTORY. Stage 1: Leader has his/her breakthrough. Stage 2: People experience their own breakthrough. Stage 3: Entire organization has its breakthrough.     LEADERSHIP LESSONS IN MOTORCYCLING Last of 4 Parts     This last part on Leadership Lessons in Motorcycling covers the aspect of skill. This is important because […]
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TRUST IS THE FOUNDATION OF ALL LEADERSHIP.   Without trust, there can be no leadership whatsoever. It is easy for people to tolerate honest mistakes; but it is non-recoverable when you break their trust.     LEADERSHIP LESSONS IN MOTORCYCLING Part 3 of 4   Will you get in a car as a passenger if […]
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  A LEADER SEES MORE THAN OTHERS SEE, FARTHER THAN WHERE OTHERS SEE AND WAY BEFORE OTHERS DO.   Anything less is not really leadership… One of the most disastrous mishaps is one that blindsides you.     LEADERSHIP LESSONS IN MOTORCYCLING Part 2 of 4   One of the challenges of being the ride […]
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  ANYONE CAN STEER THE SHIP BUT IT TAKES A LEADER TO CHART THE COURSE. Do you know where you are going? Or are you just being led by the tide? “If you do not control your direction, you will be controlled by it.” ~ Jack Welch     LEADERSHIP LESSONS IN MOTORCYCLING Part 1 […]
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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FORCE Part 6 of 6     What is the biggest obstacle to a leader moving forward? You guessed it, FEAR.   There are many reasons for the fear… They could feel that they are ill-equipped – either in knowledge and/or experience. They could be afraid of failing. Or maybe they […]
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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FORCE Part 5 of 6   There is an eternal battle between good and evil (Jedi versus the Dark Side). Are we sure which side we are on?   While the answer to this question (should be) a resounding “YES!”; are we really sure?   As previously stated in Part 2 […]
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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FORCE Part 4 of 6   Why do you need a Mentor? Can’t your inherent STAGs (Skills, Talents, Abilities and Gifts) see you through? What if there is no one “worthy” of being your mentor?   The answer to both questions is a resounding NO!   It is definitely an advantage […]
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