LEADERSHIP

“Greatness is not in where we stand, but in what direction we are moving.”  

~ Oliver Wendall Holmes (who was no doubt referring to leadership improvement!)

  • Leadership is all around us … and in us.
  • Within every level of the organization where we serve … there are leaders.
  • Unfortunately, many leaders are taught to embrace the position of leadership without also embracing the required skills of leadership improvement.
  • The pursuit of improving your leadership is why you’re reading this and improving your leadership is what I’m dedicated to supporting.
  • In addition to the other resources on this page, that’s why I’m developing a step-by-step course focused on leadership improvement before, during and after a crisis.
  • With the right direction, we can achieve greatness as a leader.
  • Click below to learn more about the Response Leadership Improvement Program (opens in new tab).

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