Tag Archives: Values
Posted on23. Aug, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Lots of people are talking about personal values. It’s a topic, like all popular ones, that come in go over time. Yet, despite the “one day you’re in and the next day you’re out” nature of this development topic, it’s always been central to personal and professional growth. Let me get personal for a moment. [...]
Posted on10. May, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “Where in the world am I going?” At one point it seemed merely a philosophical question about life that never needed an answer. Not answering the question wasn’t the first mistake; it’s not taking the question seriously and declaring the answer. Over the past four months the question has [...]
Posted on04. May, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I have days where I lose site of who I am. My world, much like yours I suppose, is filled with constant input. And the constant input is filled with conflicting messages and intent. It can be easy to get lost. And my leadership can occur inconsistent or confusing. Abraham Lincoln once said, “If I [...]
Posted on03. May, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
“The world will always conspire to make you less than you are…so decide what you’re going to do about it, then act.” Hugh MacLeod. Do you have the guts to do whatever is necessary to take a great idea and make it a success? Never mind that “great idea” is subjective. What’s important here is [...]
Posted on16. Jun, 2010 by David Burkus.
Our special series, Wake Up & Shake It Up, continues. It’s a special series aimed at inspiring you to shake up how you show up as a leader. David Burkus is the editor of LeaderLab, a community of resources dedicated to promoting the practice of leadership theory. He is an executive coach, a sought-after speaker [...]