Learning to Let People Lead, and Sometimes Fail, Develops Leaders

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Leaders have to grow their company’s future leaders, because even those with natural leadership ability need training and mentoring. This means that branch managers, assistant managers, team leaders, project managers, etc., have to deliberately develop their teammates’ and employees’ leadership skills by giving them opportunities to lead and then letting them. Give people the opportunity […]

Thanks AFP!

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Two great breakout sessions at AFP San Antonio’s 2013 conference, thanks everyone who came to hear me speak! I enjoyed meeting the presenters and participants, and the conference committee members were awesome. If you were there, I’d love to hear from you…please leave feedback in the comment section if you like.

Leading Leaders Book Preview: No Real Leader “Phones It In”

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My upcoming book, Leading Leaders, is filled with stories about leaders and personal stories from my own life since leadership is inherently a personal experience. Leadership is not the application of skills as much as it’s the focused attention on human interaction. Humans are complex beings that are the amalgamation of their own experiences, learned […]

Looking for Reviewers…

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Are you interested in reviewing Leading Leaders, or the second editions of For God and Country or Saturday Morning Catechism? Would you like to have your “blurb” published in the book? If so, please comment below (and include your email address) or email me directly!! At present, I’m working with Blue Mantle Publishing (thanks Maria!) […]

Seeking Feedback on Book Title

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Start Here is the working title for my third book about leadership…and I’m thinking about Leading Leaders as the title I’ll publish.  I’d love to get feedback, any thoughts? The primary target audience is leaders who lead groups that have subordinate leaders, but the principles are applicable to any size team or company.