This workshop, based on the work of Dr. John C. Maxwell, covers 26 Leadership Principles mined from nearly 40 years of leading. Gaining leadership insight is a lot like mining for gold. You don’t set out to look for dirt, you look for nuggets. You’ll find them here.
Loneliness isn’t a requirement of leadership; it’s a consequence of selfishness.
To be successful in any endeavor, we need to learn how to get out of our own way.
The choices we make in critical moments form us and inform others about our true nature.
When you are at the front of the pack, everything you do attracts attention.
Why is it important that trainers be interesting? I’m pretty sure we’ve all suffered, at one time or another, the indignity of having to listen to a boring teacher, professor, lecturer, instructor, or trainer drone on and on about something…
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The key to improve your decision-making skills lies in your level of expertise and experience, but not for the reason you’re probably thinking of. Watch as Brett Dillon discusses how to Improve Your Decision Making further.
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Richard Feynman has been one of my heroes since my high school days. He said, “I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.” As a teacher, I’ve used that statement as a cornerstone…
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In a series of experiments conducted at the University of Virginia, researchers discovered most people would rather do anything but sit and think—with many subjects preferring electric shocks instead of thinking. If thinking is such…
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