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“A mentor is a person who saw more in you than you did and described it in ways that you could grow into.” — Lou Tice, high school coach
“Be the change you wish to see in others.” — Mahatma Gandhi
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Worn Out Leaders: So many leaders I coach are exhausted with their role. They are burned out, having trouble with balance, feeling the great weight on an organization on their shoulders. Their misfortune is that they have not let go of the idea of the all-knowing, totally competent super leader. They are still clutching all the tasks of leadership. A shift would be to view all people as leaders and responsible for leading with you. Hold a study session on Ira Chaleff’s The Courageous Follower: Standing Up To and For Our Leaders (Berrett-Koehler, 1995). Then, Leader, consider yourself the orchestrator and let the talents of others soar, to play the symphony for you, while you direct.
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