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That Loving Healing: Leading with Heart (part 6 of 7)

...bosses, and the like. Some of them aren’t people we’d invite to dinner or choose as a friend. However, leaders love their organization’s greater purpose and see its products or services contributing to a bigger world that they love. That love — and desire for growth and development — extends...

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Just a Job or a Source of Deeper Joy and Meaning?

...Woodrow Wilson, 28th American president If we’re going to be an effective energy leader, then our work can’t be work. We need a job that isn’t a job, it’s a joy. When I love what I’m doing, I never have to go to work again. If I didn’t love the...

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Authenticity: Beyond Leadership Doing to Being

...VIA Survey on Character Strengths. The 24-character strengths are clustered into six groups: Wisdom and Knowledge — creativity, curiosity, judgment, love of learning, and perspective. Courage — bravery, persistence, honesty, and zest. Humanity — love, kindness, and social intelligence. Justice — teamwork, fairness, and leadership. Temperance — forgiveness, humility, prudence,...

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Interview Questions That Made Me Go Hmmmm….

...ideal travel destination? Why? Heather and I love long ocean cruises. After taking a four week Hawaii and South Pacific cruise we confirmed that doing a world cruise is on our bucket list. I love visiting a variety of cultures and countries to learn of their history and customs before...

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Juggling Five Balls of Life

...find time. The quickest way to receive love is to give; the fastest way to lose love is to hold it too tightly; and the best way to keep love is to give it wings! Don’t run through life so fast that you forget not only where you’ve been, but...

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Quotes to Note on Purposeful Leadership

...any other stakeholder group, and each prospers as the others do.” Rajendra Sisodia, Jagdish N Sheth, and David Wolfe, Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose   “We suspect that the best-kept secret of successful leaders is love: being in love with leading, with the people...

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Discipline Can Be Habit Forming

...Must Not Do: fall in love. There are CEOs who slash and CEOs who fix and CEOs who safeguard and CEO’s who build. The great ones do all these things too, but first of all they love. Passion, commitment, ferocity – the traits of lovers are in these leaders.”  ...

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Beyond “Near-Life Experiences”

...this way. We all make occasional trips to “Pity City” or have our “doubt days.” But highly effective people — leaders — have a passion for life and deep commitment to their work or cause (often the same thing). Passion is love. It is pumped from our heart. It is...

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Organizational Measurement and Feedback Pathways and Pitfalls (Part Two)

...knew exactly where we stood with him. He had two notes. One said “I love Mom/Dad” and the other said, “I don’t love Mom/Dad.” These were posted on the bulletin board in his bedroom according to what he felt we’d earned at that moment. Eventually, we convinced him that love...

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Pathways to Performance – Chapter Summaries

...use ‘leader speak,’ but lack any real passion or true communication with their people. You can’t impassion others about their work unless you are impassioned about yours. You either find work you love, or learn to love the work you have. Get passionate or get out! Three questions to ask...

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Book Review: How God Changes Your Brain: Breakthrough Findings from a Leading Neuroscientist

...at the University of Pennsylvania. Co-author Mark Robert Waldman is a therapist and associate fellow at the Center. This unique new book is exactly the type I love because it combines solid research with mystical teachings, powerful anecdotes and personal experiences, along with very practical application exercises. Based on their...

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Chicken or Egg: Communication, Coaching, Culture Change, or Leading Change?

...600 readers on today’s most relevant development topics. If you haven’t done it already, I’d love to get your book advice and guidance. I’d also love for you to join our Book Advisory Panel — and I am not above offering a little “payola” to reward your help! The four...

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Who’s In Charge of Safety?

...something about it. Rather than creating a more open environment where the person who sees something feels comfortable bringing it up to their team member, and talks openly in a crew meeting about the hazards and concerns that exist. We love going in to team meetings where you can feel...

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The Magic of Christmas Day

For a Holiday treat click here to watch the unlikely – but very uplifting – duo of Celine Dion and Rosie O’Donnell singing “The Magic of Christmas Day.” The lyrics below convey our wishes from The CLEMMER Group and the Clemmer Clan for you and your loved ones. May your...

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Is Your Boss a Bully or Just a Really Poor Leader?

...us in the Peanuts cartoon where Linus announces to his cranky sister, Lucy, that he is going to be a doctor. “You, a doctor?” she asks. “How can you be a doctor? You don’t love mankind.” Linus replied, “I do too love mankind. It’s the people I can’t stand.”  ...

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Retaining Top People

...vicious circle: On the one hand, they don’t invest heavily in people because they might leave and take all that expensive training with them; on the other, if they don’t invest in people, the chances increase that they won’t stick around when a better offer comes along. In Love ‘Em...

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Let’s be Frank: The Heart Part

...special love song for his wife. The caller went on for some time about what a wonderful woman she was to have put up with 21 years of traveling more than 300 days per year while raising their three kids. Intrigued, the radio host asked the caller what he did...

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Now For Your (E-Book) Reading Pleasure

I love e-books. Availability in a Kindle version is now one of the main criteria I use when deciding what books to read. Being able to read a book on my computer, Playbook, or Blackberry is much more convenient than lugging around a physical book or magazine/newsletter/newspaper. Making notes, highlighting,...

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A Father’s Message in a Bottle

...A Sister’s, etc.) The first book we are bringing to print is the father’s version… In short the book has letters from Fathers to their children on assorted topics but each containing a nugget of wisdom and love. It’s been really fun to build… we have letters from Astronauts, powerful...

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Apathy and Cynicism Zap Our Spirit

“The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it’s indifference.” — Elie Wiesel, French-American writer and 1986 Nobel Peace Prize winner Jack and...

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