4 results for tag: Doug Dickerson


Leaders, Sometimes WE are the Problem

A story is told of an old guy driving home from work when his wife calls him on his cell phone. “Phil,” she shouts in a panic, “Please be careful! I just heard on the news that some lunatic is driving the wrong way on Route 80.” “Heck Doris, it’s ...
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Leadership Tested By Fire

Terrible fires raged through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in November 2016. Fires ripped through popular destinations such as Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge in Tennessee. It was reported that roughly 10,000 acres of land were burned. Many thought ...
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Start With the Low Fences

Developing your skill sets as a leader is not an overnight process. It's something that takes time and commitment. It's a process. I liken the process to one of my favorite hobbies – photography. Back in the day of first learning my photography skills ...
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The Headwinds of Leadership

I came across a humorous story about a captain and three sailors who were left on a sinking ship. The captain spoke first, "Men, this business about a captain going down with the ship is nonsense. There's a three-man life raft on board and I'm going to be on ...
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