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5 things bad speakers and terrible leaders have in common

As I mentioned in my last post, I recently read an article by leadership authority Roxi Hewertson, President & CEO of the Highland Consulting Group, that listed five things great leaders do, as well as five things failing leaders do. … Continue reading

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5 things great speakers and great leaders have in common

I recently read an article by leadership authority Roxi Hewertson, President & CEO of the Highland Consulting Group, that listed five things great leaders do, as well as five things failing leaders do. What struck me was how the information … Continue reading

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Speakers are leaders

While watching the 2003 disaster film “The Core” I had a mini aha moment. Watch this video to find out what I’m talking about. (And be sure to watch to the end for some fun outtakes!) Sharing the downs as … Continue reading

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Full-Contact Leadership

By Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik Much has been written about the leadership (or lack of leadership) crisis in America today. No business is immune to this crisis, and some are even more susceptible to it than others. Real leaders today … Continue reading

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