Archive | Leadership Quotes

When your relationships at work improve due to investing in your leadership development, your relationships at home will show similar gains. Here’s “living” proof:

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“I attended this workshop in November of 2015. I went into it with an open mind but wondered what was so significant about this “tool” that would give me more insight into leadership that I hadn’t already learned in my 32 years in the workforce….I wish I could have gone through this experience with Holly […]

Being driven has its downside – here is an example of how more is less, and less is more:

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“Before the Personalized Leadership Development Program, I considered my no-nonsense, driven style as part of how I showed dedication to my company. While my dedication now is every bit as strong if not stronger, I see evidence that my more relaxed demeanor is contributing to team dynamics that are more trust-based and cohesive. Every day […]

Ever known someone who talks “at you” rather than “to you?” The following 31 words shows how changing this one behavior can make you some real money!

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“Before attending the workshop with The Leadership Trust®, I couldn’t even pay a potential customer to meet with me; now my agenda is so booked up with meetings, it is crazy.” John Leary HVAC/R Sales Representative, Moore’s Electric and Mechanical

Leadership and Self-Perception

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There is a ton of literature on leadership and self-awareness. What about leadership and self-perception? It is different, and it is quite compelling, too. “People who accept themselves accept others,” and “People who hate themselves hate others” – are words I read this morning by Richard Rohr.  Immediately I recognized a strong pattern from 3 […]

“The Four Channels: All You Are Is All You Need” (Excerpt 1 from upcoming Roadmap to Success)

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What are the biggest challenges that keep people from unleashing their full human potential? The biggest challenge is FEAR—False Evidence Appearing Real. Too often we contaminate our current moment or distort our reality from past failures, criticisms, regrets, resentments, and remorse. Other than gravity and mortality, our limitations are pretty much self-imposed. But what about […]

Take action!

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“Thinking is easy, acting is difficult, and to put one’s thoughts into action is the most difficult thing in the world.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”  Mark Twain Both of these great literary figures have put the key to success into one step- take action.  It is simple, […]

Getting Started

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“Where you finish in life isn’t determined so much by where you start as by whether you start.” –John C. Maxwell in “Talent is Never Enough” It’s the new year, and it’s time to start something new.  Start making strides towards those goals you have set for yourself, for your family, for your business.  How […]

A Tribute to Veterans

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We want to take a few moments to say Thank You to the Veterans of our various military branches.  Their personal efforts, their work, and their sacrifices are not taken for granted.  Let’s remember those we’ve lost and not lose sight of the great leadership our military has displayed over the history of our country. […]

Nothing is so simple that it cannot be misunderstood. – Freeman Teague, Jr.

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Nothing is so simple that it cannot be misunderstood. – Freeman Teague, Jr. The CEO of The Leadership Trust has a severe hearing loss.  Talk about opportunities for miscommunication!  How about the time in a noisy room when someone said, “Wouldn’t it be nice,” and she exclaimed, “And then we’ll become mice!”  Although this is […]

Leadership Quotes

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“First you will have to understand yourself, because the hardest person you will ever have to lead is yourself.  Second, to be an effective leader, you must take responsibility for your own development.” True North, by Bill George (Buy it here) How else can you learn about others if you don’t first know your self?  […]