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By Mark Miller | February 6, 2013

We live in a world that loves speed our computers, our microwaves, our cars, texting is quicker than a call and tweets are quicker than a text. Were always looking for a faster way and leaders are the worst offenders! InGreat Leaders GROW, Ken Blanchard and I outline four strategies for leaders who want to […]

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By Mark Miller | February 6, 2013

InGreat Leaders GROW, Ken Blanchard and I outline four strategies to help leaders grow. The third of these is Open Your World. The metaphor I often use to explain why this is so important for leaders is that of an artist putting paint on a palette. You can only use the paint after its on […]

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By Student Leadership University | February 6, 2013

Every generation of leaders faces unique challenges just think about the last few decades: globalization, the explosion in technology, outsourcing, complexity, increasing demands of customers, etc. However, one of the biggest challenges todays leaders face is how to lead the Millennial generation those born between 1980 and 1996.Surveys reveal just how different they are as […]

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Maximizing Your Leadership in 2013

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | January 8, 2013

Last weeks blog titled Negotiating Catastrophe was quite heavy in subject matter and a bit unusual for the first blog of the year. Therefore, I would like to go in a completely different direction this week by suggesting three steps towards having a greater influence and making a significant impact in 2013. In other words, […]

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Negotiating Catastrophe

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | January 4, 2013

Well, lets admit it; this has been a year littered with tears and tragedy. A child molester brought to justice a decade too late; a child killer left an entire nation grieving at what was supposed to be the happiest time of the year; and on the opening night of arguably the best movie of […]

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The Supporting Cast: Gabriel… Messenger of Peace and Restoration

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | December 18, 2012

Gabriel: Messenger of Peace and RestorationLuke 1:11-19, 1:26-29This week is ourthirdand final installment of the series entitled Support Cast, where we are examining some of the characters surrounding the Christmas Story. This week we look at the Angel Gabriel and the significant role he played in communicating God’s intentions to Mary. In this blog you […]

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The Supporting Cast: Wise Men… Seekers Who Found the Savior

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | December 12, 2012

This week as we continue our blog series entitled The Supporting Cast, we examine the mysteriousgroup of men oftenreferred to as the wise men… Matthew 2:1-12 During the time period of the birth of Christ, the Magi were men skilled in philosophy, medicine, and natural science. They were also mystical, possibly astrologers or at least […]

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The Supporting Cast: Elizabeth.The Mentor to Mary

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | December 4, 2012

There is often a great deal of attention given to the main characters at the heart of the Christmas story: Mary, Joseph and, of course, Jesus. It makes perfect sense doesnt it? An engaged couple from the back-side-of-nowhere parent the Son of God and cant even get a hotel room for Mary to give birth […]

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Merry Christmas: Save 25% at the SLU Store

By Student Leadership University | November 29, 2012

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The Under-Appreciated Legacy of Lincoln

By Brad Hobbs | November 19, 2012

November 19, 2012 By Brad Hobbs As Steven Spielbergs film Lincoln plastered the most pivotal moments of Lincolns last years on the movie screen this weekend, I could not help but to think of a decision our 15th president made that has been all but forgotten.In July of 1863, men from across America engaged in […]

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