July 14, 2018 Glenn Case
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Caterpiller changing to a butterfly signifying growth and potential

We all remember those strong leaders we've encountered in our lives. Their impact lingers because that's the nature of true leadership.

I learned early that the strongest leaders see beyond the immediate need. They see potential. Not just of the worker but of the individual.

June 28, 2018 Glenn Case
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Brick wall with hole signifying vulnerability

Vulnerability is one of those words that immediately stimulate a guttural response. Conjured up is the fortress wall breached. A teeming, angry hoard pouring through full of malintent.
It's a word that one typically connects with danger.
Leaders - as most people - are comfortable inside the "known".
June 16, 2018 Glenn Case
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Sin with the words Action Changes Things - increasing confidence through action

Confidence is often assumed to be a prerequisite for success. Paradoxically, it's a lack of confidence that often keeps us from taking the bold steps we need to find success.
As author and coach Rich Litvin states, "Confidence is a result, not a requirement."
Let's think about this for a moment.
December 15, 2017 Glenn Case
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In his recent book The 8th Habit, Stephen Covey defines an organization as "a group of individuals who have a relationship and a shared purpose".  

While this is a relatively simple definition, it contains within it much wisdom. It cuts through the weeds (often represented by company competency lists) to what is foundational to all companies.