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Month: December 2019

The Power of the Right Mission Creates the Leader

Accountable leaders know how to harness the immense power of a Mission that inspires, engages, and motivates people. The kind of Mission I am talking about is always rooted in some deeply personal motivation, in some larger Purpose that drives everything in the leader’s life. Yet this individual Purpose is a private matter. It is not necessarily what people buy into and sign on for when they support the Mission. Enunciating the right mission and

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The Root Cause of Burnout: Letting Others Set Your Purpose

Do you sometimes feel stressed out, off track, spread too thin, or simply lost in a vast maze of urgent priorities? Do you ever wonder where you are headed, personally or professionally…and then find yourself wondering whether maybe, just maybe, you may be drifting toward a destination you never chose, a destination called “burnout”? Guess what? Those feelings and wonderings are all symptoms.  So: What are they symptoms of?

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Accountability Means “It’s All of Us” in the Larger World

The commitment I call “it’s all of us” has a certain distinctive “look and feel” whenever a true leader lives it and leads with it. There are lots of different words leaders can use in demonstrating their accountability to this commitment, and there are lots of different actions they can take, but every time this idea is put into practice as a leadership principle, it Inspires people by sending a simple, powerful message via word

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