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July 16, 2020

U. S. Grant demonstrated traits valuable for any leadership role

[Download free PDF version]: Li #206 "Leadership Lessons from General Grant"

IN AN AGE where many are trying to rewrite history according to radical ideologies, it’s vitally important to listen to real historians.

Most people know that Ulysses S. Grant served as the victorious general of the Civil War and later President of the United States. Most probably don’t know how admired he was in his time. Noted historian Stephen E. Ambrose...

July 4, 2020

What we take for granted then astonished the whole world

[Download free PDF version]: Li #205 How George Washington Shaped History

AMERICANS HAVE BECOME historically challenged as never before. Rampant ignorance, miseducation, and twisted political agendas are clouding our national atmosphere.

The juvenile notion that the discovery of flaws in any individual of the past somehow wipes out the good they accomplished is the rage. Middle schoolers can reason better than that.

Every person is a child of...

July 2, 2020

Anger is counterproductive in holding people accountable

[Download free PDF version]: Li #204 Managing with Calm Confidence

HOLDING PEOPLE ACCOUNTABLE for right performance and behavior is a leader’s responsibility. During current conditions, managers are learning whether they can do so remotely, and many are struggling.

Whether in person or virtually, you can manage people appropriately if you first build a platform for accountability. Unfortunately, many managers don’t, forcing them to fall back...

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