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A Breath of Fresh Air for Leaders

As a young leader, I have been fortunate to experience the triumphant and troublesome expedition of leadership. My experiences thus far have birthed a greater appreciation for the leaders I have been blessed to follow and admire. Having observed leaders, I suspect that leaders find themselves working through internal issues that are not…

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Gratitude as a Leadership Practice

I’ve been reading a new book on interpersonal communication. [1] I found it surprising that the authors, Quentin Schultze and Diane Badzinski, begin the book with a chapter on gratitude. Why gratitude? Schultze and Badzinski argue that communication emerges out of our character, and our character is forged by our attitude toward God…

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