Leadership Lessons from “The Dog Whisperer” – Part 2

This is part two of my series on leadership lessons from watching the Dog Whisperer  TV show  (His new show is called “Leader of the Pack”). As Cesar Millan says, “I rehabilitate dogs but I train people”.  Your team needs your “Calm Assertive Energy” The number one personality type of the most hated bosses (and […]

Leadership Lessons from “The Dog Whisperer” – Part 1

I began watching the Dog Whisperer several years ago in the midst of tremendous personal, spiritual and professional change. While we did have a dog for 13 years, I am decidedly not a dog person, yet I found myself riveted to the TV set every Friday, having something inside of me get awakened and healed […]

Courage, Part 2 – If You don’t have it, you can GET it!

A courageous leader knows that there is a cost in genuine leadership Malala Yousafzai is a teenage Pakistani school student who, in retaliation for her high profile campaign for education and criticism of the Taliban, was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman. Thankfully, she survived the  wound and has become a leading spokesperson for human […]

Courage: If you don’t have it, you can GET it – Part 1

One of the most memorable scenes in movie history reminds us that some attributes of character that may not be innate may be acquired. In the case of courage, this is an essential acquisition. The sooner the better! What does a courageous leader look like and how can we become one? One well known leadership […]