What do you think of when you hear the word “service”? Do you think of service organizations like Rotary International? Do you think about the start of a tennis point? Or do you think of what always seems to be missing at Denny’s? When you hear service applied to leadership, as in “servant leadership,” you

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As a leader or even an employee, it is sometimes necessary to set limits with other people. They walk into your office, interrupt conversations or send you emails with questionably funny jokes or photos attached. In order to function in a leadership role and just to get your work done, you must set limits on

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As I’ve said before, I can be a pretty judgmental person. I don’t like being that way but I find that it’s almost automatic. And the outcome of my judgmentalism is usually a criticism, whether internally thought or externally spoken, of another person’s behavior or words. And almost always, this judgmentalism comes from my biases.

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Ron’s newest Huffington Post blog: The Democratic and Republican conventions are a fascinating study in communication. While most of the speakers are communicators, they’re also saying what their constituents want to hear. There’s a lot of “he said, she said, we all want some ice cream” (or something like that). The challenge with political speeches

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