You Can’t Run and Hide When Things Change

You Can’t Run and Hide When Things Change

I grew up in Georgia during the Civil Rights Movement. As a matter of fact, I was entering eighth grade in 1969 when the Supreme Court ordered the immediate desegregation of all public schools. A lot of the white families pulled their kids out of the integrated public...
4 Things Family Teaches Us About Being Leaders

4 Things Family Teaches Us About Being Leaders

Great leaders have surrounded me in both my life and my career, but the most important one has been my mother. There is one trip to the grocery store with my mother that left a great impression on me. As we were approaching the short checkout line, an African-American...
The 5 A’s of Leading Through Adversity

The 5 A’s of Leading Through Adversity

There’s no doubt that it’s easier to lead during good times, when it seems like no matter what you do, your team is succeeding and the company is growing. But you’ll never grow more as a leader than when you lead during the bad times. But every leader will, at some...
Locker Room Lessons for Leaders

Locker Room Lessons for Leaders

College Football season is here and I could not be happier. This is my favorite season of the year. I am a huge Georgia Bulldogs fan and, once again, look to this season with great anticipation. I don’t just love college football because it gives me a chance to cheer...
Stop Calling Millennials Lazy

Stop Calling Millennials Lazy

Everyone is talking about “connecting with millennials” as if leading them is some mystery, or human nature has suddenly shifted into the unknown with this new crop of adults. Google how to lead or connect with them and you’ll find that just about every business...
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