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October 28, 2018

After providing active shooter training at a nearby university and nation-wide realty company, one of the participants asked my opinion about where all of the hate is coming from that leads to these types of events.  I gave her my answer which was that it is more of a...

June 22, 2018

Life is an amazing teacher.  It taught me a lesson in a 2-hour wait in an airport about how we can use technology to enhance the human senses and experience or use technology in a way that it becomes a barrier to the human senses

and experience.

Flying back from a cross-...

June 6, 2018

Can your supervisors transform their leadership inspiration into behaviors?

In my CMF Leadership Consulting’s Leadership Effectiveness seminars, I ask the age-old question: What’s the difference between managing and leading?  I always get some close responses and then s...

March 5, 2018

The Current Problem

Early in my law enforcement career, I was taught the phrase, “Better to be judged by twelve, then carried by six,” referring to surviving dangerous situations that law enforcement officers find themselves in, although it may become a legal battle lat...

January 31, 2018

People and organizations are always talking about learning leadership principles, and leadership practices.  But what many leaders within those organizations forget is that leadership is a combination of many individual skills, and like many skills, if not used or prac...

January 26, 2018

We are always asked the question: “Are leaders born or is leadership learned?”  Well, let's address the obvious first, all leaders have to have been born at some point in order to be alive!  So, now let's get into the not-so obvious!.  Consider leaders like Abraham Lin...

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