Wednesday, October 21, 2015

So Your Project Isn’t Moving Forward? Three Questions to Help Drive Out Complacency and Regain Traction in Your Team.

The issue of project stagnation continues to be a critical concern for leaders in our various leader development programs. We tackled this topic in an earlier blog post from April 2013 and continue to have conversations with program participants during breaks and between sessions about specific actions they can take to evaluate why traction has…

By James Sartain
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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Examining the Process of Leader Self-Identity Development

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Ten Leadership Lessons from the Amazing Race

My wife, daughter, and I are big fans of the CBS show, “The Amazing Race” and look forward to a new episode each Sunday night.  The premise of the show is simple.  Dyads of teams composed of family members, lifelong friends, co-workers, and even occasional cheerleaders and Harlem Globetrotters race across the globe completing a…

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Monday, March 3, 2014

In Leadership, Words Matter

Words are manifested leadership. They have the power to open doors, build bridges, inspire vision, and engage the world.  For the careless, they can be used to diminish, victimize, imprison, or destroy. Most of us do not have the luxury of a front row seat to witness our leaders’ daily behaviors.  Instead, we largely draw…

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

INCREASING LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS THROUGH REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

By James Sartain
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