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As a leader, you can be like a great pair of glasses.  You can help new and experienced people in your organization SEE how their specific work is linked to a greater shared mission. In other words, make sure each person understands how his or her r…
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    Have you ever been in a meeting where a discussion on an idea or topic has been exhausted, and the group really needs to move on, but can’t? Someone needs to make it stop.  Why not you?
     By asking strategic questions, you can lead the conver…
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MY DELEGATION CHECKLIST - WHEN I'M NOT IN CHARGE
One way to show that you are ready for a leadership role is by doing a great job for your current leader.  When you do a great job on a delegated task, you build trust.  Trust in your abilities will g…
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LTrek to Host Facebook Leadership Chat on Trust Buidling:
Wednesday, October 15, 2014, from 8:30 - 9:30pm CST, LTrek will host a Leadership Chat at LTrek's Facebook Page.  This will be the first of seven Leadership Chats that we will hold in the wee…
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It's great to see you here at the LTrek Summit!  Be sure to click on "Sign Up" in the right hand corner to join the LTrek Summit, which will allow you to then conversation in our new online leadership development community!  Also, we hope you'll vis…
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Download a FREE survey to determine how well you delegate:
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There is much more than meets the eye when it comes to delegation.  It can be a source of conflict if it is done ineffectively.  It requires mutual understanding between the person delegating and the person receiving an assignment.  It is certainly…
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Writing in from the Dolomites:
     With my adventure travel business growing quickly right now I don't have the time or the luxury to put things off.  So far this year I have had led around eight one-week walking tours to three countries and h…
"Welcome, Maxine, to the LTrek Summit!! Your perspective will be valuable in the various communities, i.e. Teachers  Thanks for joining!  Rachel Woods"
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As a young child I developed a tremendous fear of sharks.  I saw Jaws at a young age and the idea of being attacked by one of these fearsome creatures consumed me.  I would read stories about shark attacks, study shark biology and look at shark pict…
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Rob Eichelbaum, J.D., is a licensed Attorney and Adjunct Professor at St. Mary’s University School of Law.  He is the Founder of San Antonio Mediation, and the newest member of the Leadership Trek team.  This week, on the LTrek Summit, Rob will shar…
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  • PARALYZED, BUT NOT IN MIND OR SPIRIT

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  • FREE RESOURCES

    The LTrek Summit offers free resources.  Click on the link below to find free delegation checklists, assessments, etc. 

    RESOURCES LINK

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  • When the "Honeymoon" Ends

    Soon after teams form, conflict erupts. The team's “honeymoon” phase ends and the “storming” phase begins. Team members often feel discouragement and frustration. Some members blame the leader when this is an inevitable stage that a developing team must go through.

    What should you do when you reach this “storming” phase? Remain calm and encouraging. If you become angry and lose control, matters are sure to get worse. Instead, increase communication between team members. Remind…

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  • Be Like a Great Pair of Glasses

    As a leader, you can be like a great pair of glasses.  You can help new and experienced people in your organization SEE how their specific work is linked to a greater shared mission. In other words, make sure each person understands how his or her role is linked back to an objective of the organization. Keep your organization’s mission in front of them.

       What is your organization’s mission?

       Is it shared openly and…

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