May
12

Is simple thought leadership as valuable as something elaborate?

by  Chery Gegelman  |  Leadership Development

A recent conversation with friend and co-author Jennifer V. Miller about the value of leadership fables caused me to examine my love of simplicity in business, leadership and life. Does a simple message have the depth of an elaborate one? Is one easier to remember than the other?
Are simple messages as valuable or as long lasting as elaborate ones? Personally, I love simplicity and I appreciate it when it flows out of others. Read More

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Articles By chery-gegelman
Chery Gegelman was once a frustrated visionary that learned to lead extensive system-wide changes from the middle. Today she is The Founder of Giana Consulting, listed as a Great Leadership Speaker by Inc., writes a recognized leadership blog and has co-authored two books. Her passion is bringing help and understanding to people and organizations that are leading through change to growth.  »  View Profile

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