Monthly Archives: January 2005

Second Practice: Developing Your Comfort Level with Feedback

For more context on this posting, please see: The Practice of Leadership Eight Leadership Practices First Practice: Knowing Your Leadership Edge Third Practice: Caring for Self Fourth Practice: Leadership and Influence Fifth Practice: Discussing Undiscussables Sixth Practice: On Collaborating Seventh Practice: Personal Integrity Eighth Practice: Spiritual Perspective I believe we are really, deeply confused about […]

In Our Thirst for Freedom…

Today, we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr, a rare leader who mobilized catalytic energies from the deepest spiritual strata of human dignity; whose non-violence and whose vision, so clearly articulated in his “I Have A Dream” speech define what is best about America by defining what it could be. When I think […]

The Illusion of Control

Chris’s comment about his own leadership edge offers a crucial listening point. You must have done a bit of work with yourself, Chris, to be helping people with ‘control.’ I say this in all seriousness and with great respect because control, in my book (and perhaps because of some of my own issues), is a […]

First Practice: Knowing Your Leadership Edge

For additional context on this post, please refer to: The Practice of Leadership Eight Leadership Practices Second Practice: Developing Your Comfort Level with Feedback Third Practice: Caring for Self Fourth Practice: Leadership and Influence Fifth Practice: Discussing Undiscussables Sixth Practice: On Collaborating Seventh Practice: Personal Integrity Eighth Practice: Spiritual Perspective What is your edge — […]