Archive | February, 2011

10 Most Popular Posts Of February 2011

February was a wonderful month for this site.  I’m so glad you were a part of it.  The following are the Top 10 posts of February as determined by you the readers. 13 Things Anyone Can Do To Support Their Pastor 20 Benefits Of Change You Can Believe In 25 Most Important Lessons I Give […]

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Complacency Creep

Yesterday, I was provided a link to post entitled “Have You Been Caught Watching Your Pass?” by Scott Cochrane.  Scott is the Executive Director of The Leadership Centre Willow Creek Canada.  Am I glad he sent it because after reading it, I had to make it available to you. The following post which is applicable o anyone in leadership regardless […]

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10 Leadership Lessons From The Grace Card

I had the wonderful privilege of seeing the independent film The Grace Card earlier today.  It is an incredible movie about race relations, parenting, marriage, generational impact and forgiveness.  Movies like this that are not in wide release may not stay at the theatres long, so go see it this weekend. Here are the lessons: Impact Of […]

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The Crisis Of Commitment

I have been giving a lot of thought recently to the subject of commitment.  There is, without a doubt, a crisis of commitment in this country.  The following are just some of the problem areas: Marriage Parents who simply give up when raising their children becomes difficult Companies to their employees Employees to their companies Paying your debts […]

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12 Leadership Lessons From Some Of The Greatest Teams Of All-Time

Every organization should have a Research Development (R&D) department – a place where you can experiment and see if something will work.  Well, welcome to the Brian Dodd On Leadership R & D effort.  I am providing you leadership lessons from HOCKEY!  Please don’t leave just yet.  Let’s see if this is worth your time. The Sporting News has […]

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15 Benefits Of Pain

I came across the following quote this past weekend.  It was directed at teenagers but has great significance for those in leadership. “Pain is God’s instrument to expose who we are, explain how life really works and bring us to a junction where we seek Him for answers.  Pain is always a precursor to significant […]

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6 Tips On Identifying And Developing Talented People

The NCAA has levied sanctions against UConn head basketball coach Jim Calhoun for improper recruiting violations.  While the university’s techniques may have come into questions, Calhoun’s ability to spot, identify, and develop talent in many ways is unparalleled in college basketball. In 25 years as head coach, Calhoun has only had seven McDonald’s high school All-Americans yet […]

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