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Posts by Will Lukang, CLDC, PMP, CSM

Will Lukang, MBA, PMP, MASCL, SCM, is an enabler. He loves coaching and mentoring people. He always looks at the positive side of every situation. He is a public speaker in Leadership, and he is a certified project manager from PMI. He has more than 21 years of experience in the Information Technology Industry. Connect with Will on his LeadChange profile, his blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook.

Surrounding with the Right People

Rallying the Troops - Organization Chart

Hiring people with different skillsets to help strengthen your team is important, it is equally important that you create your own inner circle that can collectively help everyone in your inner circle. By doing so, you can enable others and help them help you achieve your goal.    As you go through your career, keep an » Read More


What makes a leader special?

Key to Leadership

With my 23 years of experience, I’ve seen my share of leaders.  Some I’d rather forget, but learned a lot from and others I admire and emulate what they did and how they interact with their people. As I look back and reflect on those that help me grow and develop, I noticed that good » Read More


Book Review of The Decision Maker by Dennis Bakke


Dennis W. Bakke is a CEO and an entrepreneur.  He is currently the manager of Imagine Schools, a commercial charter school.  He is also an author of Creating Abundance, published in 1984,  the best seller Joy of Work: A Revolutionary approach to fun on the job, published in 2005, Purpose Matters, published in 2008, and » Read More


Leadership in Human as a Service (HuaaS)


A few months ago, my former colleague @RichieEtwaru Group Vice President, Clouding and Digital Innovation at Cegedim Relationship Management shared his idea Human as a Service (HuaaS).    For more information on HuaaS, please visit #brainfood. Richie described Human as a Service as human capacity clouded (a verb) and delivered as a Service. “Business leaders interested » Read More


Outreach for Leaders


Will Lukang, CLDC, CSM, PMP Leaders are known for their composure and energy that are unparalleled by anyone.  They usually have what it takes to help people navigate complex situations to achieve their common goal.  They motivate and inspire everyone around them and give them hope that enables them to achieve goals they otherwise cannot » Read More


Missing out on a promotion

missed opportunity

Have you been passed up for a promotion?  Or seen other people get promoted when you thought you were more qualified?   Do you often wonder why it happened to you?  Is it because you did not work hard enough?  There could be a laundry list of reasons why you did not get the promotion.   But » Read More


Mentor…mentor …everywhere


Will Lukang, PMP, CSM, CLDC   In 2000, I left my job at a big five accounting firm because I was frustrated that my career was going nowhere.   Because I was eager to move on, I took an opportunity to go back and work as a consultant.    Two years earlier, I had quit a consulting » Read More


Leaders are like Golfers


Will Lukang, PMP, CSM, CLDC As I was following the Presidents Cup over the weekend, it occurred to me that golfers are like leaders.   In some respects it is not fair that I compare golfers to leaders, because leaders have more responsibilities and have more on their shoulders.   However, from a conceptual standpoint there is » Read More


Leader, please step up!


By Will Lukang, PMP, CSM, CLDC On November 6th, the news of sex abuse scandal at Penn State caught my attention.   My initial thought was that this could not possibly happen.  As I watched the news and read the news on the Internet, I was surprised to learn that it involved a former defensive coordinator » Read More


4 Practices to Avoid as a New Leader


In life, we sometimes learn more from the leaders and managers that were not effective, because we learn what not to do. The experience we gained will aid in our overall development as leader. So below, I’ve listed 4 practices to avoid as a new leader. Being a bull in a china shop—By this I » Read More

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