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What I learned from the U.S. Army about Leadership!
This year, I'm very fortunate to have been selected to participate in an experience called Leadership Oklahoma (LOK). Leadership Oklahoma’s mission is “To create, inspire and support a dynamic network of leaders whose increased awareness and commitment to service will energize Oklahomans to shape Oklahoma’s future.” As LOK begins its 30th year, I am offered the unique opportunity over the next 10 months to take a deeper dive into...... Read More
ResourceRoom: Our Top Ten Most “Dog-Eared” Books for 2016
As an avid lover of books, over the years we have accumulated bookshelves loaded with amazing books. However, as you know, there are some books that are never read, some that are skimmed over, and some that get used over and over because they either puts what we have always believed in writing or challenges us in a way that changes our paradigm. Read More
View From The Top: What Great Things Would You Attempt If You Knew You Could Not Fail?
It all started about 15 years ago when two medical residents, Robert Lockwood and Kyle Rickner, met during residency. This chance meeting blossomed into a friendship and eventual partnership that will surely change the face of medicine in their home state. In the last 18-months they have established a successful family medicine practice based on Direct Primary Care (DPC). The DPC model gives family physicians a meaningful alternative to fee-for-service insurance..... Read More
The One Thing All Great Companies Do
After 15 years of working at St. Jude the magnitude of his companies contribution to this beacon of hope for ill children never escaped him. “Mister, is that your crane out there?” The little boy had turned and was taking in Danny’s orange vest, steel-toe boots and hard hat with the sticker “I Love St. Jude” plastered on it. “No, young man, it’s not mine, but I do know the guy who is operating it.” Read More
ColleagueCorner Love and Live Loudly!
As leader of a small but mighty non-profit serving over 230,000 constituents I can tell you that strategy and inspiration are far more important than managing execution. Corporate values are critical. However, I could argue that the personal core values of the CEO are equally critical. The question of whether or not your team believes in the mission is vital. Have you asked yourself lately: does your team believe in YOU? Read More
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