When referring to a menu, something is a la carte if it is priced and ordered separately from other full menu items. LDRS “a la carte” entries are simply that – unrelated, brief entries that have captured our attention during recent weeks.
Keld Jensen suggests that intelligence is overrated… its your EQ that really matters. Learn more about the importance of emotional and moral intelligence in leadership development.
A follow up to a recent a la carte post regarding the importance of reading to effective leadership development, among other things. Coleman suggests 11 books that every young leader should read.
Cool lessons in a Hot Place… read Clemson Turregano’s reflection of her time spent with the US Army in the High California Dessert in August. His reflection on leadership reminds me of the importance of building on our individual values, as we move toward a deeper understanding of group and community goals during the coming weeks.
As major league baseball playoffs wrap up, watch this brief video about the leadership lessons learned on the softball field.
When was the last time you had a conversation with your instructor, PL or suite-mate about your strenghths? As you read this article, replace “company” with “RLC” and “supervisor” with “instructor,” “PL,” “intern,” or “friend”. What would PY look like if we took strengths to the next level?