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Leaders are Connected in Times of Crisis

As we continue to embrace remote working as a result of COVID-19, many leaders are asking how do I remain connected during this time of crisis? Well, it’s a great question.

Leaders Stay Fit and Safe

Due to a COVID-19 “Safe-at-Home” order from the Governor, for the past several weeks I have been working from home. For now, work-life as I’ve known it is gone…

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5 Leadership Lessons Learned in a Crisis

Have you ever unexpectedly found yourself in a crisis when you were not prepared? Or a time when you expected someone else to be in charge and instead found out you were responsible?

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Leaders Take Precautions with the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

When I was a Chemical Corps Officer in the United States Military, my specialty was Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare (NBC), Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).

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Use CPR to Lead When You’re Not in Charge

Have you ever found yourself in a difficult situation where you needed to lead but you weren’t the one in charge? Throughout my career, I’ve dealt with numerous challenging situations. Let me share one with you where CPR worked for me…

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Leaders Don’t React to Negativity

When I became an educator, I had the opportunity to work with several excellent educators. Most of the teachers in the department had been teaching for at least ten years.

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Perspective Changes a Leader’s Attitude

Have you heard the phrase “perspective is everything?” During a recent conversation with a friend, I was reminded of how perspective impacts a leader’s choices.

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