Monthly Archives: January 2015

Moving from Vision to Action

Moving from Vision to Action

In the second chapter of my book, Leading for Results: Five Practices to Use in Your Personal and Professional Life, I consider a commonly asked question: What is the difference between vision and mission? Simply put: Your mission is your purpose; it is what you are here to do. Your vision is an image of […]

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Questions to Help You Discover Your Purpose

Questions to Help You Discover Your Purpose

As I mentioned in my first blog, “Why Do I Teach Leadership?”, the idea that I should teach leadership came to me during a period of deep reflection about my life’s purpose. I have since discovered that one of the greatest rewards of teaching and consulting around leadership is the opportunity to work with others […]

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Learning from Your Experiences in 2014

Learning from Your Experiences in 2014

6 Questions to reflect on at the beginning of a new year… For those of us who have had eventful years, the new year is a good time to pause and make sense of what we have been through, and how we can apply the lessons to the future. “Learning and adapting” is one of […]

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