Tag: Leadership Development

Positively Energizing Leadership

Positively Energizing Leadership is a new book out by Kim Cameron. He provides readers with a guided walk through the components of virtuous actions, relationships that create high performance, and the heliotropic effect. This book captures my interest with intriguing arguments, thoughts, and points. I am a positive leader but never classify myself as one. … Continue reading Positively Energizing Leadership

It only takes a spark!

“The power just went out; I can't see a thing.” “Hang on, I know I have candles somewhere. Oh no, only one match! I hope we can get the candle going with one match. Then we can start the others.” Moving to the country on our own as a young family took a little getting … Continue reading It only takes a spark!

My way, Your way, Our way….

I grew up really as an only child. My brother and sister are 16 and 17 years older than me, respectively. I have always said I was a gift from God to make sure someone could help this family. My siblings, especially my sister, did lots of things with me. I think I was like … Continue reading My way, Your way, Our way….

Knowledge and Wisdom

Are knowledge and wisdom the same? Can you have one without the other? Growing in our life journey brings us to many milestones. We celebrate when we reach them and acknowledge the achievements we make. We gain knowledge through learning in school. Memorizing facts, solving equations, discovering historical timelines and more. Take a look around … Continue reading Knowledge and Wisdom

Embracing Messy Leadership in Schools and Beyond

The Case of Embracing Messy Leadership in Schools By Sean Slade and Alyssa Gallagher Jul 7, 2021 @https://www.edsurge.com A great piece to read! They list the benefits of messy leadership as follows: Messy Leadership has many benefits:  Multiplying Perspective – in short taking the broader view of an issue and of the potential outcomes. It … Continue reading Embracing Messy Leadership in Schools and Beyond

Time for Vision

We planned a family vacation, and I prepared for it in advance. We just returned from the ten-day vacation. I worked to complete writing prior to the vacation so my daily blog post could continue in my absence. I wanted to be present for both, so I “managed time” by planning. Our family decision was … Continue reading Time for Vision

Leadership-Solution focused

There are many variations of leadership styles and approaches. Leaders find themselves utilizing parts and pieces of methods to design their personalized style. The bottom line is to integrate what works into an existing management structure to accomplish the desired goals. How do you describe your leadership to others? What is your style? I have … Continue reading Leadership-Solution focused

Things you can do Dad

“I write books and share tips and advice; the last thing I want people to think is that I sit on my high horse and have it all figured out. The truth is, my best advice and lessons come more from my mistakes and failures than success.”-Jon Gordon I have always been a fan of … Continue reading Things you can do Dad