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The Power of E in Action Aboard the USS North CarolinaCombining history with your preparation as a corporate leader becomes a fun, engaging and rewarding experience. Wilmington, NC / USA: USS North Carolina at night. Today’s corporate leaders at every level benefit from opportunities to observe and learn about other leaders who have faced adversity […]
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz & The Art of Strategic LeadershipAmerica had a lot to lose— HONOLULU, OAHU, HAWAII, USA – AUGUST 21, 2016: statue portrait of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, represented the United States during surrender of Japan aboard USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay 1945. As a successful leader, you’ve been in tight squeezes before. […]
Oceanside, CA / USA – October 27, 2019: Two police officers at a public event, talking with each other in front of a black and white cruiser. Without a doubt, the strength of our communities begins with the confidence we place in the first responders that protect us all. Consequently, communities and local agencies today […]
Oceanside, CA / USA – June 7, 2020: People hold signs during peaceful Black Lives Matter protest march. One reads `United We Stand`. Recent media reports paint a rather dim view of the initial efforts undertaken by corporations and public policy groups to address social justice. Driven by public outrage generated by man’s inhumanity to […]
Veteran managers and supervisors are often suspect of the younger generations’ motivation and commitment. Might this be more of a misunderstanding of expectations on both sides? Or even less obvious, is it a difference of interpretation of those expectations? You’ll find that the generations are really not that far apart and what we can learn […]