Author Archives: Jocelyn R Davis

About Jocelyn R Davis

Jocelyn Davis is Principal of Seven Learning, a leadership development firm that creates a lasting lift in leaders' effectiveness using classic books, films, and stories.

QUIZ: ARE YOU ILLEGAL?

Every day, many of us wonder: Am I illegal? Until now, there has been no quick and easy way to find out. So frustrating! I decided it was up to me, as a patriotic citizen, to step in and provide … Continue reading

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Shadow Leadership

Originally posted on LeadToday:
Shadow Leaders are leaders in name only. They may have an impressive sounding title or hold a lofty position on an organizational chart but they exhibit few if any leadership characteristics. They keep their head down,…

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America, Make Your Stand

Okay, America. We can all see where this is going. The question is: Whose side are you on? The persevering, no-nonsense Mother Abigail … or the overly florid but eerily compelling Randall Flagg? The former was born and bred in … Continue reading

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My new book! The Greats on Leadership

I’m pleased to announce the publication of my latest book, The Greats on Leadership: Classic Wisdom for Modern Managers. It will be released in early May wherever books are sold. Reserve your copy today, and read on for details … Many … Continue reading

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5 Twitter Tips for the Busy and Clueless (like me)

A colleague of mine, @CatherineKillo1, recently joined Twitter. She’s way more social-media savvy than I; nevertheless, she’s new to the Twitterverse, so I offered to send her some tips. She said yes please, and then I thought, why not make … Continue reading

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Miles: 1655. States: 10

Originally posted on that ribbon of highway:
Today was planned to be mostly a driving day. For the most part it was, but I ended up making a rather delightful detour. I saw a sign on the highway for Red…

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19 No’s and a Yes: How to Sell Your Leadership Book (Part I)

I started trying to sell my book at the same time I started writing it.  It took two years to accomplish both goals. The Greats on Leadership is my second book. The first was Strategic Speed. Both are business books—or … Continue reading

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