Monthly Archives: August 2014

Stretching the Cube: Getting Leaders to Think Broader, Deeper, Higher

It seems a lot of leaders are sitting in tiny cubes. In the past few months I’ve had conversations about leadership with  1) a VP of Learning and Development for a Fortune 100 company; 2) a consultant who designs leadership … Continue reading

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Classic Leadership Wisdom: Are Leaders Born or Made?

Are leaders born or made? The question is at least two thousand years old and still being debated today. Plutarch, the first-century historian and biographer, came down firmly on the side of “made.” In his essay “On Education,” he argues … Continue reading

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On Ice Cream, Mushrooms, and the Three Ages of Leadership

Are you a new leader, a rising leader, or a tenured leader? And do you know what you should be focusing on at this stage of the game? Check out my latest post on the Linked2Leadership blog to find out … Continue reading

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Classic Leadership Wisdom: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

If I had to prescribe one novel for all leaders to read, it would probably be Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. If you’re picturing the Hollywood movies of the same name, you’ll think it an odd choice. But Shelley’s book bears little … Continue reading

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