Do You Support Innovation?

My fingers clutched the only two stones protruding from the dry and dusty escarpment. A ninety-degree drop immediately to my right, a stone wall to my left, and no sight above my head of where the climb might end, I decided to go back down. Unable to see my feet, I gently reached back with my boot, trying to find a place to support my weight. The blood rushed to my face and a chill…

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Management-Leadership: Not an Either-Or Proposition

Is there really a difference between Management and Leadership? Yes. But the difference should not be understood as leadership versus management, as though one were superior to the other. They are different, often conflicting, yet complementary functions in any organization. Here are some metaphors describing the difference between management and leadership: Management Leadership looks for calm waters rides the wave of the future shows us how to climb ladders makes sure the ladder is leaning…

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Leadership: Nature or Nurture?

Are people born with leadership capability or do they acquire it? This is one of the great debates among leadership experts and among leaders themselves. This is important because it affects our approach to leadership development. Do we look for the “signs” of the gift of leadership or do we simply begin teaching it and watch to see who rises to the task? The answer is that it’s a combination of both nature and nurture.…

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Guest Interview with Mike Myatt

Mike Myatt Chairman, N2growth 800-662-5046 M.Myatt@N2growth.com @mikemyatt on Twitter Mike Myatt, widely regarded as America’s Top CEO Coach, is the author of “Leadership Matters…The CEO Survival Manual” and is the Chairman of N2growth. He has the pleasure of working with many of the nation’s leading companies and their best executives. In this interview, Mike talks about building bridges between old and new, local and international, young and old. § Q1: What can leaders at traditional…

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Brace Yourself and Others for the Final Push

There they were in the distance–clearly discernible, as if a colossus had carved a zigzag into the vertical wall ahead–the dreaded switchbacks. They shot above our heads, like the ruins of ancient Babel, reaching for the dwelling of God and looking more ominous and defiant with every step. The mountain was snarling: “Go ahead, make my day.” My friend, David Greenman, missionary to northern Argentina, had invited me to climb Mount Chañi (pronounced Chahn-Yee with…

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  • Philippians 2:14-16 January 17, 2021
    “Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky as you hold firmly to the word of life. And then I will be able to boast on the […]
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