Category: Leadership Development

What Gets You Up in the Morning?

What keeps you up at night? It’s a question we’ve heard posed in nearly every panel and senior leader interview conducted in recent years, and as a result, it has become tiresome and rote. But I believe the effect of this query is more pernicious than simply boring — stay awake long Continue Reading

To Lead, Create a Shared Vision

  Inspire a Shared Vision Being forward-looking—envisioning exciting possibilities and enlisting others in a shared view of the future—is the attribute that most distinguishes leaders from non-leaders. We know this because we asked followers. In an ongoing project surveying tens of thousands of working people around the world, we asked, “What Continue Reading

Leadership – Stewardship – Friendship…

Leadership is not dictatorship, or showmanship, or one-ups-men-ship …but rather its Stewardship Steward Leaders view their people as precious entities they need to nurture, challenge, and develop to their full potential Our LEADership Philosophy is rooted in:      – Personal Leadership      – Strengths-based Leadership      – Servant Continue Reading

Enable Others to Act – leaders are teachers…

 LEAD Clermont Academy utilizes experiential learning  

Seven Powers of Gratitude

Seven powers of gratitude: #1. Gratitude energizes those who receive it and frees those who express it. #2. Gratitude invites a painful past to expand vision and mission. But ungratefulness frowns at the future. #3. Gratitude beats back fear and worry. #4. Gratitude absorbs frustration. #5. Gratitude deflates arrogance. #6. Gratitude Continue Reading

Make Leadership Development Your Priority

Obsessively develop your leadership, if you hope to serve effectively. Results: results are the by-product of high expectations, efficient processes, and constant improvement. The focus of constant improvement in organizations often centers on procedures and processes. But what about people? The future is about people. The real test of your leadership is Continue Reading

Richard Branson’s Top 10 Quotes on Success

As a business leader, I’m always asked ‘what is the key to success?’ It’s every entrepreneurs’ dream and desire. But it goes without saying that there is no formula or key – it takes a lot of hard work, and the perseverance to overcome challenges and turn them into opportunities to Continue Reading

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High School Speed Mentoring Volunteer Opportunities

Speed Mentoring is a fun and fast-paced event at which volunteers from the business community meet with small groups of students to talk about their work experiences and students’ plans for the future. Every 7 minutes a new group of students will come to each mentor’s table.  In all, each volunteer Continue Reading

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​Mercy names interim CEO for local hospitals

Mercy Health has named Ken James as interim CEO of the system’s hospitals in Anderson Township and Clermont County’s Batavia Township. James, 50, who has been president of Clermont Hospital since December 2016, replaces Jeff Graham, who is leaving the Cincinnati-based hospital system to become chief executive officer of Adena Health Continue Reading

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Leadership 4 Memorial Day

Four “Leadership and Memorial Day” articles worthy of your attention: Leadership and Memorial Day “…today’s business leaders would do well to possess the characteristics of a warrior in their pursuit to become better leaders and to build better organizations. Commitment, passion, attention to detail, discipline, service above self, honor, integrity, perseverance, Continue Reading

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