“Is there really any difference between Situational Leadership® and SLII®?” Every time we attend a major training conference, such as ASTD 2013, we are reminded just how much confusion still exists when it comes to comparing the two. Clearly, there are many similarities between the two models. And, when you do a little digging, there really isn’t any huge mystery as to why that is the case.[ Read More + ]
What is your all-time favorite movie quote? For clarity’s sake (and by definition), your all-time favorite movie quote is: “The most memorable line a professional actor has ever delivered in a movie you have seen.”
It’s the kind of line that, no matter how hard you may have tried, you can’t get it out of your head. In all likelihood, the first time you heard this line you had a visceral, emotional reaction (e.g., you laughed out loud, cried out loud, etc.). You have invested about eight seconds in the review of this blog – and we’re betting you have that quote, and maybe several others, firmly implanted in the forefront of your consciousness.[ Read More + ]
Dr. Ben Carson has been receiving a significant amount of well-deserved press of late. In some respects, it just sort of comes with the territory. By day, he is the accomplished director of neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In his spare time, he is a best-selling author and orator that many believe has significant potential in the highest realms of the political arena. Beyond all of that, it would also appear he has a great sense of humor. (more…)[ Read More + ]
The Center for Leadership Council (CLC) is an independent institution that provides leadership-related intelligence to its member organizations. Primarily, the CLC engages in “fact-based case study research” on a global scale in an effort to establish what most interested parties would agree is the cutting edge of leadership particulars. Some of these “particulars” truly get your attention. (more…)[ Read More + ]
As with any relationship, it’s important that we get to know each other. Over the past few months, we’ve spent a good amount of time and effort reaching out to you to get to know you, your needs and your challenges a little better. Thank you for the time and energy you’ve spent in that endeavor.
Now, if you’ll indulge us, let us tell you a bit about ourselves. To get to know who someone is and where they are going, you need to know where they have been. (more…)[ Read More + ]