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My Unexpected Rise to CEO: Lessons Learned and Miracles Earned

By Nancy Cranford I immediately thought, “Can I do this? I’m not ready for this.  I’m too young.” I was always a strong confident woman, …

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Leaders Who Changed the World: Who Are You Most Like?

President’s Day is near, and we decided to reflect upon some of the lessons, qualities, and legacies of past leaders in our country and our …

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The Content of our Character: Lincoln, MLK, Oprah, and Bart

I still read newspapers – the old-fashioned, paper kind. I had pulled out the front page of Monday’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution on to read this morning …

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Servant Leadership and Happiness in Dallas

Some folks, on reading this title, will think I’ve just flown on a certain airline headquartered in Dallas, but I have actually been attending the …

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Ron Johnson, Shan Cooper, and the Three Levels of Change Leadership

I have been fascinated by the story of Ron Johnson, the Apple exec who lasted only fifteen months as CEO of J.C. Penney – from …

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Three Secrets of the Most Remarkable Servant Leader I’ve Known

Bob and I are in Jacksonville, Florida, today and we wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. We are here to celebrate the birthday of a …

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Five Minutes to Permanent Change

Change is really hard. Changing our ingrained habits is really, really hard.

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Why Do We Overlook Good News? The Number One Resolution for 2017

We have had a really weird winter in Atlanta. Truth be told, we haven’t HAD a winter in Atlanta. It’s in the 70s today, I …

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