Leadership

Effective Versus Ineffective Choices: What Co-Workers Expect From Us

Effective Versus Ineffective Choices: What Co-Workers Expect From Us

Effective: “result,” from O.Fr. effect, from L. effectus “accomplishment, performance,” from stem of efficere “work out, accomplish,” from ex- “out” + facere “to do” Efficient: “making,” from L. efficientem (nom. efficiens), prp. of efficere “work out, accomplish” A few years ago I had the honor of crafting a speech based upon hundreds of interviews with people in leadership academies and… Read more →

Maintaining Public Trust

As organizations throughout the United States start to form “committees” and “task forces” and other group discussion forums to deal with the issue of “Maintaining Public Trust,” I offer a few thoughts. Please consider resisting – if not downright denouncing – any effort by anyone to turn the issue of “Maintaining Public Trust” into some sort of “project” (with project… Read more →

The Results Leader's Checklist

The Results Leader’s Checklist

Before anyone launches into “doing the budget” by filling out an Excel spreadsheet or myriad county/city budget forms, there are a few items effective Leaders must consider—not the least of which are, “If we have two systems, we have no system…”; “The only way to rationally dismantle an organization is if you have built it rationally to begin with…”; and,… Read more →

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