Tag Archives: Trust

Avioding Failure

Has there ever been a time when you needed someone to challenge you to overcome an impending failure, but lacking their nudge, you ended up accepting some level of defeat? I remember a time in business when I had achieved … Continue reading

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Trains, Churches, and Leaders

I haven’t ever taken the train anywhere. I want to, but as yet I’ve never put a train trip together. As I talk to others, most are like me, or if they have traveled by train, it was a onetime … Continue reading

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Who Do You Trust?

Many leaders find their organizations to be resistant to the idea of adopting a collaborative leadership  model at their very core.  One condition that’s often a factor is that the organization is operating in a culture of mistrust.   Competitive and  … Continue reading

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