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The Greatest Business Challenge: What's Yours?

by Dr. Burl W. Randolph Jr. I would say that my greatest challenge in business so far has been integrating into the community, any community.  I believe that it was Tip O'Neil who said that "All politics are local", and I would say "So…
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Staying on Track: Matching Behaviors to Values

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: It’s human nature for us to focus on what we love. If your main focus is work, or you work long hours to the detriment of your family, that says something about what you love. You choose to focus on that,…
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Perfection: The Fake News About Successful Leadership

by Dr. Burl W. Randolph Jr. Perfection is NOT required to be successful. I cannot think of one thing in my life that I did perfectly. I have never been thin (We live in a skinny-obsessed world). I have never been a straight A student…
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Toxicity: Person, Place, or Thing?

by Dr. Burl W. Randolph Jr. I rarely talk about the dirty little secret in leadership: Toxicity. We have all been there and seen that, yet it continues to exist in the contemporary workplace. Some of this toxicity can be identified…
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Leadership Lessons from the Left Seat: Communicate Clearly

by Frank Burroughs One of the most intimidating parts of flight training, as reported by student surveys and even some veteran pilots, is communication. Why is that? Several reasons come to mind. Pilot to pilot communication and between…
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Leadership Lessons from the Left Seat:
Plan, Then Adapt

by Frank Burroughs A flight instructor once told me that “Flying is nothing more than a series of mistakes and corrections”. The sentiment is true, but no one really plans to make mistakes. A better but less snappy version of the saying…