How Should Change Leadership and Common Good Intersect?

Change leadership and common good need a tight intersection. Both are about good ethics, dignity, and corporate citizenship.

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A Blockbuster Community: Generational Changes

What makes a blockbuster community? We can find some answers in the generational changes and within the last Blockbuster store.

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Generational Risk: Entitlement (But Not Where You Expect)

The greatest generational risk is generational entitlement, and it is not where you think. It is not on Millennials or Gen Z.

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For the Love of Leadership

For the love of leadership. Is it superficial? Does your love of leadership embrace learning and betterment? Renew your love of leadership.

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We Need a Little Courage

This season reminds us that we need a little courage now.

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“Stick It to the Man” – The Danger of Bystanders

Stick it to the man was an expression of protest against too much power or wrongdoing. Today, it is a meaningless chant for bystanders. Time to encourage upstanders!

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Activating My Privilege For Good

It’s only when we recognize our privilege that we’re in a position to activate it for good in the community. It’s time to use privilege to better the world.

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The Long Game: Leadership Lessons from John McCain

Inspired by the life of Senator John McCain, Eric Torrence shares some lessons he’s learned about focusing on the long game.

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Our Loss of Reason(ing)

Our time is here to reason again and renew our reason. Our loss of reasoning and reason hurts our society and workplace. Time to reason again.

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The New Literacy Requirements for Better Personal Leadership

New literacy requirements are upon us to advance our personal leadership. New literacy centers on media, society, and culture.

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Personal Branding is Over. Start Anew with a Societal Brand.

Personal branding has walled us off. Personal branding needs to end. In its place, we need to develop our societal brand. Our character depends on it.

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Ethical Choices: Followers, Courage, and Imagination

Whether we want to recognize it or not, we make ethical choices in who we follow, the courage we exhibit, and the imagination in which we see situations. Thoughts on leadership ethics.

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