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Damian Gerke
Helping Leaders Get Better
Helping Leaders Get Better
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Events like the recent solar eclipse (and how we respond to them) give us the opportunity to look at ourselves (because, after all, you shouldn't look at the sun during an eclipse). Here are some things I saw... http://ow.ly/9hES30eHx29
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Being competent in the area of trust just might be the single-most important life skill we can teach our kids. If we want them to grow up to be successful adults, this is one area we should invest our time and energies. http://ow.ly/gnnT30eFbD2
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If our kids are ever going to be in a position to truly influence their world as adults, they will need to work with and through people. They can only do that if they authentically display compassion. So what's the best way for them to learn compassion? http://ow.ly/lQ7B30ekiO0
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Remember the last unstable/unhealthy job you were in? It felt terrible, didn't it? When kids experience instability in the home its impact can be long-lasting. So what can we do as parents to lead our kids by providing greater stability? http://ow.ly/lICt30ebaT8
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Sometimes the grind of parenting erodes the hope that your kids will become capable adults. But if we don't have hope for our kids, what happens to them when they don't have any hope for themselves? http://ow.ly/D6TJ30dPJto
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Our brains learn more from failure than from success. But the learning is usually offset by the negative emotions and shame we attach to failure. How can we, as parents, avoid the trap of shame and disappointment when our kids don't succeed? http://ow.ly/pITg30cNeGb
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Power and authority purposed and directed can do amazing things. Power unchecked and self-serving is controlling and greedy. Do you know which kind of authority will you model for your children? http://ow.ly/DGlY30cBpGK
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The really good leaders understand relational capital and create an atmosphere that's connective, inclusive and collaborative. So what's one of the best ways for future leaders develop this important skill set? http://ow.ly/FNbu30cj4Ff
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When kids are young, parents make a lot of their decisions. As kids grow and start making more of their own, things really get interesting. What if you could instill good decision-making skills right from the start? http://ow.ly/cywn30c8gYF
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Good leadership helps others identify and leverage their talents and giftedness. The same is true for parenting: Help your kids discover who they were made to be—which might be different from what you want them to be. Check it out: http://ow.ly/1oMo30bUwrC
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