Monthly Archives: March 2013

Leadership Lessons from Jimmy V and the Cardiac Pack

Are your brackets busted? Well, if they are (and I think most of them are), you can still learn about leadership from the NCAA basketball tournament, from 30 years ago. I was watching an ESPN documentary called “Survive and Advance” … READ MORE

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Parenting, Parents and Letting Go of Great Expectations

It was about a week before I was to leave on an assignment to teach in France for two weeks. Initially my family was going to join me in Paris for one of the two weeks. I would teach in … READ MORE

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Who’s afraid of Blended Learning, Part 3: Looking ahead

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we explored the reluctance of many in the leadership development field to begin incorporating blended learning solutions into their curriculum and common reasons, excuses and myths associated with this reluctance to change. … READ MORE

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Who’s afraid of Blended Learning, Part 2: Excuses that prevent the adoption of blended learning

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed my observation that leadership development has been slower to adopt blended learning solutions than other fields, and that in some instances this is because many aspects of leadership development do not fit … READ MORE

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