Archive for November, 2010

  • Daily Leaders

    On “Everyday Leadership”: Be Real and Daily Leaders

    Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed his book “Be Real: Inspiring Stories for Leading at Home and Work” and has some contributors to his weekly Reading for Leading on. Dan will also explore what attraction marketing is, how one can brand themselves, and mold themselves […]

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    Jack Welch and My Mom – two E’s for Leadership

    Friends, Is it purely a metaphor when we say someone is “beaming?” Or is there something there – something real – even if we don’t have the tools to measure it? I ask this question, because my mom — stunned to see a room full […]

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  • Give thanks

    Recently on “Everyday Leadership”: Coaching Lessons and Giving Thanks

    It’s time to give thanks on the “Everyday Leadership” show! With Thanksgiving kicking off the holiday season, Dan talked with different experts on the different ways someone can show their gratitude. From respecting your peers to positive thinking, there are many ways for you to […]

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    Cough it up, buddy – Another lesson in managing mistakes

    Cough it up buddy – another lesson in managing mistakes Friends, I spent a lot of time working a room of 120 people, as they were doing assignments to assess and strengthen their leadership practice. And I found myself in crazy disbelief at how backwards […]

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  • Lend a helping hand

    On “Everyday Leadership”: Triumphs of Human Service Work

    On “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed the work of human service workers, and the contributions they make to the community. The Executive Director of the Mid-Michigan Ronald McDonald House, Lisa Gnass, was on to discuss the work of this nationally recognized charity in the Capital.  The […]

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    Mistakes – I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours

    Mistakes – I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours Friends, We sometimes are exasperated that employees (and kids and friends) take criticism all the wrong way!  Today I suggest a way to create a way better atmosphere for facing mistakes and problems. Here […]

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  • New Boss on the Job

    Previously on “Everyday Leadership”: The New Guy on the Block

    Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan has Michael Patrick Sheils on to discuss his new book “Invite Yourself to the Party.” Hear how Michael made his way through life and his career by being in the right place at the right time. Learn how crashing an […]

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    Five-to-one Odds Says It’ll Work

    01 Track 01Five to One Odds Says It’ll Work Friends, This is part three in a series on managing, or parenting, in a way that you correct without corroding. If you’re like me, you’ll find lots of room for improvement here. The formal field of […]

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  • Innovation

    Previously on “Everyday Leadership”: Start-ups and Local Entrepreneurs

    On “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed start-ups and local entrepreneurs. The show included an owner of a local sports store, State Director of Small Business and Technology Development Centers, and a Michigan State Grad who started a world wide web phenomenon. Curt Munson owner of the […]

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