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Aneta Key shares an article designed to help you plan your off-site leadership event. This blog post is a part of a larger Facilitation collection that explores the various aspects of crafting and leading successful corporate events. Part I of the Leadership Off-Site 101 series offers a basic background on the anatomy of leadership off-site design. This post, Part II, covers the topics you should consider at the very beginning of the planning process. What is the context for the…
Greg Acton shares an evergreen post on setting your goals in leadership to ensure effective, and not merely expected, results. The capstone ROTC class is titled, simply, “Leadership.”  Mine was taught in 1998 by CAPT J.A. Fischbeck, a nuclear-trained former skipper of the USS La Jolla (SSN 701) and later the director of the Navy’s Arctic Submarine Laboratory. Our final exam was to write an essay on the topic “Do you get what you inspect, or expect?”  I chose the…
Barry Horwitz shares a post on employee management and how to ensure you know what’s going on in the workspace. Maybe you’ve seen the news: Apparently, Vladimir Putin is being misled by his advisors who are afraid to tell him that his ill-conceived attack on Ukraine is not going well. While I shudder to think what decisions Putin might make if he knew the truth, this situation is not surprising, since the Russian President is notorious for literally killing the…