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The Power Of Commitment

A leader knows the importance of making a commitment and keeping it. Listen has Sam shares we can apply this skill to our business and professional lives.

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There’s No Such Thing As Self Leadership

Some people would have you believe that self-leadership is an art, something to be mastered and even strived for. There is no such thing as self-leadership. There is self-development and personal growth but self-leadership doesn’t exist. Leaders always focus on the people they lead.

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Is Hillary Clinton An Accountable Leader?

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages, the New York Times reported on Monday.

By using a private email account Clinton violated three main concerns of the US government. Use of a private email account skirted security issues and opened up possible leaks of information. It also created a situation where there was a lack of transparency. When you use a personal account instead of the federally mandated account it can look like something was being covered up. Also, you lose the ability to have historical records of transactions preserved over time.

There are systems and beliefs in place for a reason and when as a leader of an organization you purposefully violate the systems, the standards, and the beliefs then you are, by example, telling everyone that works for you that they can do the same thing.

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