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The Empty Carriage: A Leadership Lesson

A story is told that one day as Elimelech of Lizhensk, a great rabbi in the 18th century, was riding in a carriage, he noticed a throng of people following. He asked his coachman, “Why are all the people trailing behind?” The coachman explained that the people wanted...

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When You’re Thrown Off Course…

In 1975, Terry Fox, was awarded Athlete of the Year his senior year in his British Columbia, Canada high school.   A few months after graduation, he discovered he had a malignant tumor. His leg was amputated four days later. The night before his operation, he read a...

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Set Up Your Team for Success

Do you have a new team or are you starting a new project? Most teams rush into the work of the team without getting clear agreements in the beginning about where they are going or how they want to get there. They wait until they hit a bump in the road, and then are...

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