Monthly Archives: February 2015


Humility in High Places

Humble Leadership is in High Demand Humble – not proud or arrogant; modest Humility – the quality or condition of being humble; modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance, rank, etc. Humility is variously seen as the act or posture of lowering oneself in relation to others, or conversely, having a clear perspective and respect for…

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A Wednesday of Irony

Isn’t it ironic that failure can breed success? I woke up with irony on my mind and thought – why not? Irony comes from a Greek word meaning – simulated ignorance. This seems appropriate as irony is often Greek to me. Irony in Business and Leadership If attitude reflects leadership, and engagement is an outcome of…

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No versus How

A Tale of Two Petoskeys Leadership is customer service and customer service should empower leadership in employees. Great customer service isn’t just about end-users, clients and customers. Employees, managers and stockholders are just a few examples of internal customers that great leaders need to include in their great customer service goals. Two recent stories from…

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leadership lessons

Leadership Lessons from Forbes Magazine

Forbes Magazine has plenty of leadership advice A quick Google of anything ‘leadership’ will most likely return several articles on leadership published by Forbes Magazine. Here are a few tidbits (to read the full article, just cut and paste  a complete sentence into a Google search). Doubt, while annoying and irritating, can be a leader’s…

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