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There is no better feeling than being on top of a mountain. The crisp air, the silence around you, the sense of accomplishment and the 4-year-old tugging at you to look at the big rocks! When putting my thoughts together about this experience, I came across a quote from mountain climber Rusty Baillie: “In the mountains there are only two grades: You can either do it, or you can’t.”
A long-time colleague recently recommended three books that stand out among the crowd of leadership books.
I encourage business leaders to spend time with faculty and students who will fill your shoes someday. You will be invigorated and hopeful for your industry.
It’s that time of year again, office brackets, nail-biting drama, buzzer beaters, and underdogs. College basketball fans look forward to it every year and somehow, every year, the tournament never disappoints.
Many times when I meet with prospective clients, there is a panic in their voice when they say, “We don’t have a crisis plan.” and are concerned about what would happen to their organization should something adverse happen.
My advice is to remind them that this is why they have me.