Monthly Archives: February 2009

Learning Leadership From Youth

In the traditional way of thinking and learning elders pass knowledge to children. This has been the case for many generations. Now it is different. Technology started this-youngsters helping to reset the VCR, teaching parents about email, Facebook, iPhones. It … Continue reading

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Free e-book “Your Career Coach Secrets”

Are you in career transition? Do you know someone recently laid off? You may like to consider my free mini-ebook “Your Career Coach Secrets”. Just go to my website at http://www.dpleadership.com and find the link “Free e-book”. I will personally … Continue reading

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Measures, Metrics, and More Measures

So often we hear how important it is to measure, to have the right metrics, to evaluate. When we set targets and measure progress we somehow get a sense of accomplishment. We feel we are competing with others, competing with … Continue reading

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Leadership Fluorescence

Fluorescence is a luminescence that is mostly found as an optical phenomenon.  Fluorescence occurs when a molecule, atom or nanostructure relaxes to its ground state after being electrically excited. Leaders are often electrically charged with passion-  absorbing, thinking, taking initiative, … Continue reading

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