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Local Leadership Impact Part 2

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One of our key goals for 2013 is that character-based leaders connect. To that end, we added a Google+ community to connect further in another social sphere and we had an Instigator call about starting local groups. While we believe we connect globally, for most of us, we will make our biggest impact locally. Sure » Read More

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Obstacles to Understanding

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I had the opportunity, thanks to Lead Change member Mike Sipple Jr. (@mikesipplejr) to guest-post over at Centennial Inc.’s blog.  Established in 1975, Centennial is a respected recruiting, coaching and career development company based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The post is about the difference between simply hearing and truly understanding others. In a word, diversity.  We » Read More

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Bud to Boss Tulsa Register Now!

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Kevin Eikenberry is bringing his 2-day Bud To Boss workshop to Tulsa, OK September 13 and 14, 2012. The Bud to Boss Workshop is designed to help new supervisors make the transition successfully to their roles as leaders. If you or people in your organization are new in the supervisor role, and want to become » Read More

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The Opposite of Leader

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Sometimes, a description of what something is not helps to also describe what it is. This past week, we had another Lead Change Tulsa breakfast dialogue and the topic was Effectively Leading Diverse Organizations. Over 40 people, many new to Lead Change, joined us for this discussion. Teri Aulph (@TeriAulph) generally enlists the panelists and » Read More

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Leadership and Diversity Tulsa June 28

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TCC Department of Continuing Education and Lead Change Tulsa are hosting another breakfast leadership discussion, Effectively Leading a Diverse Organization this Thursday, June 28, at the TCC Center For Creativity, 910 S. Boston. Cost is $15, continental breakfast is included. Our Panelists  Haley Buzzard Graduate Candidate at DePaul University  Jesse Guardiola Career Development and Hispanic » Read More

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Leading in the Midst of Change

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Change is given.  The rate of change varies but change is always happening.  What can you do to expand your leadership impact in the midst of a constantly changing environment?  How can you keep your head and make a positive difference when chaos reigns and people are defensive and fearful? Join us in Tulsa at » Read More

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Bud to Boss Workshop Tulsa

Kevin Eikenberry, co-author (with Guy Harris) of the book, From Bud to Boss will be coming to Tulsa to present the Bud to Boss Workshop October 24 and 25.  I got to spend a few minutes with Kevin to talk about the workshop and the collaborative effort we have going on here in Tulsa between » Read More

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Importance of Leadership Development in “The Individual Age”

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As the twentieth century came to a close, the industrial age ended as well.  Where most employees once worked in large manufacturing firms that relied on rote tasks performed on large assembly lines – from autoworkers to assemblers in all fields, today’s workers are more likely to work in service related jobs that require diverse » Read More

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Tulsa Event – Defining Moments Breakfast

Check out this post by Teri Aulph over on the Examiner.  She’s one of the organizers of the next Lead Change Tulsa breakfast, sponsored by TCC’s Department of Continuing Education.  The topic of the discussion will be Defining Moments.  What can you do to prepare for the defining moments in your journey as a leader?  » Read More

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Applied Character-based Leadership

When friends and I began talking about character-based leadership on LinkedIn and Twitter and as the group was beginning to grow, we each had different ideas about how to “apply” character-based leadership.  How could we actually make a difference?  How do we actually make the connection between our social-media interactions and our real-life world? In » Read More

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