Category: Newsletters

March 2012

Are you looking for a life-changing experience – career-wise and personally? If you are, you need to sign up for “The Leadership Imperative: Managing Yourself for Growth and Change;” the Executive Education Seminar that I’ll be teaching this summer through

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February 2012

This is a Morrie “News Alert”! Unlike the overuse of this term by the media (especially Fox News), this is really important. The date of the Executive Education Seminar has been changed. The new date is June 15 – 17,

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October 2011

By now, I wonder if there’s any point in explaining why the newsletter is so late, since it almost always is. But I will, anyway. First reason: It’s an agony writing them, but I really like the finished product. It

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July 2011

ITS A HIT!Our first Executive Education Seminar was extraordinary! It turned out to be a business and life-changing experience – a super “think tank,” as one of the participants put it. Here are the exact words of one of the

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May 2011

RECRUITING IS BACK – ARE YOU READY? If you have anything to do with the assessment and selection of people who want to join your organization, you need to enroll in “Picking Winners and Keepers,” our blended learning, VILT (virtual

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April 2011

“Too Many Leaders Fail To Live Up To Their Potential, Because They Stop Working On Themselves”(Harvard Business Review, 2011) This quote captures the essence of the seminar that I’ll be teaching this summer at the University of Montana. Its designed

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February 2011

The twenty-four hour news cycle initiated by cable television, has tended to trivialize the notion of “history in the making.” But these last two weeks have truly brought life to the concept. Both in the Middle East and North Africa,

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January 2011

The New Year starts out, for me, with a number of new ventures and adventures. As many of you are already aware, I recently completed a unique learning project with two friends and colleagues – Frank Sarr and John Stout.

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October/November 2010

I consider the introduction to the newsletter my opportunity to share interesting, miscellaneous tidbits.  So here are three. 1.     Last week, during my travels around the country, I went through security at a small airport in North Carolina and saw

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September 2010

It’s not your imagination – there was no August newsletter. I’m right in the middle of one of those “good news/bad news” scenarios. I haven’t been this busy in a long time (I’ve been “rediscovered” – alas, in my late

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