Monthly Archives: July 2018

Leadership Requires Principled Flexibility

Leadership Requires Principled Flexibility

Principled leaders are powerful.They possess confidence, clarity, and a deep commitment to their values. But, if they lack flexibility – the ability to adapt, change, and bend without breaking – principled leadership becomes ridged, self-righteous, and even hypocritical. The more ridged a leader becomes, the more they resist vulnerability and are unwilling to take an […]

Lead with the Heart of a Twenty-Something

Lead with the Heart of a Twenty-Something

When we are young and just starting out in the world, our perspective is, of course, different than what it is later in life. Change is the inevitable reality of all of life, and our thinking, ideas, and ideologies evolve as the years roll by. Most of those changes are good and necessary, etched by […]

Invitation to Apply for the Credit Union Leader Master’s Scholarship

Invitation to Apply for the Credit Union Leader Master’s Scholarship

A few weeks ago, I wrote that “Leadership = inertia”.  Leadership is about moving forward, constantly learning, growing, clearing new ground, and charting new courses. Leaders are trailblazers, which is exactly what we need them to be. The Foundation is focused on programs that assist Credit Union leaders who want to more fully embrace their […]

Six Important Lessons in Leadership

Six Important Lessons in Leadership

Over the years, I’ve have had the privilege of working with some incredibly insightful, wise, forward-thinking leaders. When you work with people like that, you can’t help but pick up a thing or two about what makes a great leader. As I reflect on what they’ve taught me so far, there are 6 key lessons that […]