From 2022

9/8/22 New SlideShare post on Humble Servant Leadership. A handout from a training I recently did for some U.S. Army Senior Sergeants.

8/20/22 This year has been very busy. I’ve done lots of travel which has impacted my writing schedule. Last November I started the series on Trust as the Cornerstone of the Foundation of Leadership Character. I talked about being responsible and used an example of creating back ups so you do not loose hard work when your computer dies. This month is proof of the importance of backing up hard work.

I found myself living this example earlier this week. I was traveling when my computer died. My work is still safe on my hard drive, but for some reason the computer will not charge. However, I was able to use my back up to complete the final post on developing leadership trust by accessing my online backup. Look for it next Wednesday.

2/28/22 End of February already. The post for the next installment of building trust as a leader will be published soon. More stuff to do and fewer days to do them resulted in getting a little behind on writing, although, given there are two or three fewer days, I’m not that far behind.

1/27/22 Welcome to 2022. I will be posting my first blog in a few days. We will continue to study trust. In November, I introduced my latest concept and reflections on trust as the cornerstone for leadership and character. The coming post will examine the first facet of the cornerstone of trust, communication.

I would like to thank all my regular readers, followers, and subscribers for reading what I write. Some of you provided feedback of the years. I read every comment, well, those that are in English. My website received more views last year than any preceding year by a bunch. I am grateful so many of you choose to turn to my ramblings on leadership to educate yourselves. I hope you also implement my teachings so you become better leaders. Please let me know how your leadership journey is going and what lessons you need to move forward.

I do offer training and coaching for leaders and organizations. I don’t charge $50K to help you. I consider the capacity of the organizations and individuals seeking my services. Cash is but one way to measure wealth. Your group or organization maybe able to offer some other method of payment that provides value. The only way to find out if we can work together is for you to reach out.

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