Twelve Tools for Effective Communication; Part One — Set a goal for your communication

Twelve Tools for Effective Communication Introduction In the coming weeks, we will be posting a series of articles expanding on our concept of twelve communication tools.  These tools are designed to help a person plan for and effectively execute an important conversation.  Of course every communication does not require extensive planning to execute or to

Change Leadership – Our Continuing Review of Leadership Traits

More models leading to the FIVE “Cs” of Leadership; An overview of the attributes of leadership In my last posting, I described several more approaches to leadership and leadership paradigms, as described by writers and scholars such as Mark Sanborn and Malcolm Gladwell.  This posting describes yet another and somewhat more complex model, focusing on

Leadership in Context, continued

Leadership in Context – Continued More models leading to the FIVE “Cs” of Leadership; An overview of the attributes of leadership In my last posting, I described some approaches to leadership and leadership paradigms.  This posting describes some other, more complex models, which describe leadership attributes. Mark Sanborn, “You Don’t Need a Title to be