Archive | September, 2016

A Leader among us

When I think of the word leader I automatically think President, CEO, Business Owner, and so on. I think it is the same for many, rarely do we think of leaders among us, regular people, who help make the companies they work for a bit better. If we look back on the trait theory, which […]

Former New York City Michael Bloomberg Discusses His Leadership Style, Being Called a “Nanny” and Keeping NYC Afloat During the Financial Recession of 2008

Former New York City Michael Bloomberg Discusses His Leadership Style, Being Called a “Nanny” and Keeping NYC Afloat During the Financial Recession of 2008   “On every issue, we must follow the evidence where it leads and listen to people where they are. If we do that, there is no problem we cannot solve (mikebloomberg.com, […]

Personable Engineering Managers: Finding solutions where everybody wins   Albert, a 71-year-old with chronic pain due to an old car accident, calls device manufacturer of his spinal cord stimulator to report that he thinks it keeps stopping and starting. The customer support team needs to respond to the patient so they send it out to […]

A Great Leader: Sam Walton’s Legacy

“Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.” -Sam Walton   Before there were Larry Page and Sergey Brin, founders of Google, there was Sam Walton, the most personable and humbled founder of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Walton believed […]

Not Afraid to Fight for what is Right!

News Article – Transactional and Transformational leadership qualities of Lt Col Martha McSally Colonel (retired) Martha McSally is an inspiration to many and has a proven record of well-balanced leadership skills. “She was the first woman in our nation’s history to pilot a fighter plane in combat and command a fighter squadron” (McSally.house.gov 2016). Throughout her […]

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