By Alnierys Venegas Lately my single friends have announced their decision to leave behind their bachelor status and jump into marriage. While I commend them for making such a life changing decision, I also cannot help but feel a bit of fear on their behalf. “Are they making the right decision?” “What if their marriage […]Read the rest of this article.
By Jim Armstrong We learn early in life to say “thank you” when we receive a favor, or are graced with a courtesy or gift. Sometimes, though, “thanks” is not enough – especially when we are working to deepen relationships with our organizations’ supporters. Allow me to illustrate with three vignettes that demonstrate the […]Read the rest of this article.
By Emerald Templeton Robert K. Greenleaf’s book titled Servant Leadership (1977 and 2002) is one of the most recognized pieces of literature about good, successful leadership. Through a series of short essays and inspirational truisms, Greenleaf unveils principles for leadership that include first being a servant, then emerging as a leader. His belief is that […]Read the rest of this article.