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The Oxford Tree Legend: Leaving a Legacy

by Kent Hutchison Howdy folks, life is short – enjoy your coffee. Today I want to share with you a message about leaving a legacy. Founded in 1379, New College, Oxford is one of the oldest Oxford colleges. It has, like other colleges, a great dining hall with huge oak beams across the top, as

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Sharpen Your Ax

 Continuous Growth is Essential for One’s Leadership Success by Kent Hutchison Many years ago, in Deep East Texas there was a very strong and skilled lumberjack who was looking for a job with a small timber company. He got the job with a fair salary and safe work conditions. And so, the lumberjack was determined

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The Law of the Lid: Develop your leadership ability & your effectiveness will increase

by Kent Hutchison Leadership ability is the lid that determines a person’s level of effectiveness.  The lower an individual’s ability to lead, the lower the lid on his or her potential.  The higher the leadership, the greater the effectiveness. There are many examples of The Law of the Lid.  Maxwell writes about Dick and Maurice

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10 Reasons Why One Must Invest in Leadership

by Kent Hutchison Let us get straight to the point.  Why should organizations (for-profit and non-profit) invest in leadership and management training?   Here are ten modest reasons: Employee engagement is critical to improving workplace relationships. When you invest in the development of leaders and leadership within your organization, managers develop awareness about their workplace behavior,

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