My clients and former students know too well how easy it is to get me off track. Bring up anything remotely related to the military and I will dust off a well-worn "war story." Having spent, so far, two-thirds of my life living a nomadic life in service to my country, it's hard not to succumb to
The most recent graduates of my servant leadership seminar.
Any educator knows the feeling: You’ve poured your soul and energy into delivering first-class content. By the end of the workshop, you are mentally and emotionally drained. At the same time, you’re so excited to see so
None of us starts a career with the expertise we need. We learn as we go, we develop the intuitive thinking skills we need. Some of us broaden our skills better than others because we pay attention, notice what works and what doesn’t, and build a repertoire of experiences (both good and bad).
Self-checking and feedback are crucial for sound intuitive decisions, so some organizations have made these processes part of the culture in their executive suites. Intuitive thinkers admit their instincts are often plain wrong. They understand that human nature can cloud decision-making. For