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What Does Caring Mean for Leaders?

Years ago when I started talking about being a compassionate leader, the topic was on the fringes of leadership discussions. Research shows that the Millennial generation of workers prefer working for compassionate leaders, so there is an increase in interest in what it takes to be compassionate. The short definition of compassion is to show […]

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Work Allies Help You Orchestrate Your Success

This weekend I attended the Oregon Symphony’s season opening with the premier performance of a young local composer’s work called “Chamber Music”. Katherine Balch, the composer, was asked why she called a large orchestral work “Chamber Music”. She explained that the wonderful experience of performing music with friends in a small venue has always been her […]

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Difference Between You and Your New Leaders

I have been interviewing new and established leaders about developing leadership qualities in new leaders. Here are some of the things I learned from these discussions: Established Leaders Young, New Leaders Young leaders are entitled Feel are expected to know everything Would like to see a desire to ask for help Are reluctant to look […]

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