Leadership, while an elusive concept, remains the single most foundational idea for a sustainable and progressive America. And what leadership will do for America, it will also do for the world at large. That is why I have devoted my professional life to a study of the field of leadership. It is also why I try to live the principles of effective leadership in my own life. And it is why I teach these principles to others.
I deliver what some would call “motivational” speeches, seminars, and workshops. Yet, I don’t consider myself at all a part of the group of people commonly called “motivational speakers”. Instead, I consider myself a life-long learner who gathers together critically important ideas involving leadership and growth, and shares those ideas in compelling ways to other life-long learners.
Feel free to peruse my web site and see if your next business meeting, conference, retreat, or learning intervention might benefit from my ideas.
The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between the two, the leader must become a servant and a debtor. That sums up the progress of an artful leader. —