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A Case for Leadership

A Case for Leadership In “Trust: Understanding My Why” I present my story in discovering and developing the first of three necessary prongs of leading a successful life and leading others in challenging times. The first, clarity of my strengths, values and purpose provide me a foundation of self-confidence to take on challenges bigger than…

mundane matters

Mundane Matters  We have become accustomed to reveling in the exploits and adventures of our friends as they share their explorations we us via social media. It keeps us connected and it expands our own thinking about possibilities for future travels. However, it also challenges the way we live our life and assess our own…

The Art of Coaching

Throughout my life I have had the great fortune of amazing coaches influencing my athletic potential, but most importantly they all trained me for the greatest challenge of all, life. The best coaches know cookie-cutter approaches can only achieve marginal gains, but it is through the one-on-one relationship of coaching that real human development occurs….

Trust: A Workshop

Today I am at Kansas State University Staley School of Leadership Studies delivering a workshop on “Trust” to leadership students. The opportunity to work with young adults who have chosen as part of their college experience to develop the leader within them is a favorite of mine. I get to push them to think deeper…