The “Softer” Side of Leadership May Be Stronger Than You Think

By Dan Reiland It’s true that no one wants to follow an insecure, indecisive, or ineffective leader. Qualities like confident, decisive and courageous are essential and needed. Great leaders can handle the tough circumstances that come their way. But tough-minded leaders must also be tender-hearted, or their leadership becomes cold and hard. The strength and... Continue Reading →

10 Great Relationship Principles I’ve Learned from John Maxwell – Part 2 of 2

*This is part two of the article published in the previous post. 6) Admit wrongs and forgive quickly. Taking responsibility for your actions is core to healthy and productive relationships. If you make a mistake, own it. If you treat someone poorly, ask forgiveness. Getting defensive or bowing up never makes a relationship better. You... Continue Reading →

Leading Difficult People

By Dan Reiland It’s probably true that the most difficult person I lead is me.  That might be true about you too.  But beyond that reality, there are those who seem to be genuinely unaware of the negative impact they have on others around them. And there are a few who appear to get a... Continue Reading →

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