It Matters What Leaders Do or Don’t Do!
“The culture of any organization is shaped by the worst behavior the leader is willing to tolerate.”
– Guenter and Whitaker
2015 John C. Maxwell Leadership Awards
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|Nominations are still being accepted for the 2015 John C. Maxwell Leadership Award. John has shared his passion for effective leadership with thousands of notable leaders. He has motivated millions with his visions for success through his best-selling books and his inspiring personal appearances. John believes there are great leaders in many fields, and the John C. Maxwell Leadership Award recognizes and honors individuals whose achievements, contributions and qualifications have made them outstanding in their profession. You can nominate a worthy leader right now at“John C. Maxwell Leadership Awards”The nomination window closes on May 25th, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity to recognize a leader in your community, and then … pass this news and opportunity to nominate on to your community of family, friends and colleagues!|
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” The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone, is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been.”
– Albert Einstein
” Difference between school and life: School teaches you lessons and then gives you a test. Life gives you a test and you learn the lessons.”
Today I received the June addition of Success magazine, which is one of the tools that I use to cultivate my personal growth. Besides the magazine itself, I always look forward to the free CD, which you receive tucked away inside the magazine. Truthfully I am not really sure whether I am receiving the gift of a leadership CD with my magazine subscription o am I receiving a free magazine with my subscription to a leadership CD. Either way I am winning.
Back to the true point of this post which is a short article written by Jason Dorsey a keynote speaker known to represent the Gen Y generation. His insight is regarding our virtual reputation, which we can tarnish very easily in the social media data rich environment we find ourselves in.
With the web being an important source of information used by those considering us for job or business offers, we have to be aware of this digital reputation as well.
Jason offers the following steps to clean up this online reputation.
- Perform a name search on Google – Look at least the first two pages and images.
- Create new online content – If this is done persistently it will eventually replace references you would rather not share.
- On twitter let those you follow speak for you.
- On LinkedIn make sure you have your photo.
- Create a Google alert for your name – this will allow you to check why your name is coming up in searches.
- Change your Facebook profile picture.
You have now checked on what others see as your first impression or reputation.
Condensed from Maverick Minute by Jason Dorsey, Success.com, June 2015
The Justice Conference Simulcast
This conference is one of the largest Biblical and Social Justice Conferences in the world featuring premier speakers and artists to highlight the work of justice globally, nationally, locally, and personally. Special guests include Louie Giglio, Eugene Cho, Lynne Hybels, Dr. Cornell West, and the music of Crowder and Rend Collective. The Justice Network’s vision is to serve the discovery of ideas, celebrate the beauty of justice, and foster a community of people who live justice together. Now–more than ever–people of faith need to come together to wrestle with the injustice in the world. More details to follow. You don’t want to miss it!!
|Date:||June 6, 2015|
|Event:||The Justice Conference Simulcast|
Cedar Hill CRC
|Location:||422 Cedar Hill Ave
Wyckoff, NJ 07481