One of my favourite places in the entire world is somewhere many aren’t even aware of. It is the crypt chapel in the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth, Israel. I’ve had the privilege to visit this church in … Read More
If you aren’t growing as a leader, you are dying as a leader. So how can a leader assess the areas that they need to grow in? There are many different ways of looking at this, but one tool that … Read More
On October 16, 2017 I spoke with Alex Havard on the CCO Reads Podcast on a wide range of questions including his background, the books he wrote, the books he recommends, and important leadership virtue of magnanimity. Who is … Read More
I received the call from my father, “Grandpa Henry passed away last night.” While it wasn’t unexpected – he was 94 and I was aware he had been declining – it was still sad news, as I loved him dearly. … Read More
What is at the heart of good leadership? Last week I spoke with Dan Freeman on the CCO Reads Podcast on a wide range of questions including my own call to leadership and shaping the next generation of virtuous leaders … Read More
What do I do in my weekly planning time? This was a question that often comes up and to which I referenced in my article on “The most important 30 minutes of planning you will ever do.” Weekly planning doesn’t … Read More
Recently, I have been coaching a number of staff in the areas of leadership and personal effectiveness. We’ve discussed a number of areas that they want to improve in and inevitably some element of personal planning and time management … Read More
I grew up in Saskatchewan. I was born and raised in Moose Jaw and went to university in Saskatoon. In the summers during my undergrad degree, I worked with the City of Saskatoon in the Horticulture Department. I was taking … Read More
Recently CCO Alumnus Marlena Loughheed wrote a moving article on her decision to leave a successful career in communications to pursue a religious vocation as a Sister of Life. The article was entitled “A Love Louder Than Noise” and was … Read More
A couple of weeks ago both my assistant and I returned from time away on summer vacation. I had been to a wonderful family camp set near a lake in Quebec, with somewhat modest but adequate accommodations. My assistant had … Read More
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