written by Mick Ukleja

LEADERSHIP IN AN AGE OF INNOVATION

(Millennials: Play To Their Strengths) When I was in high school the creative kid was someone out on the fringe. We (and their instructors), would say, “Boy. Does that kid have their head in the clouds!” The intended meaning was that they were hopelessly disconnected from the real world. How things have changed! Today “living […]

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01.31.2012
written by Mick Ukleja

The Importance Of Boosting Cultural Agility In A Global Economy

When we talk about cultural diversity it is no longer a matter of just thinking beyond one’s geographic borders.  In the United States we are blessed with ethnic diversity.  It enriches our perspectives and increases our learning.  Yet it is not without its challenges. One of LeadershipTraQ’s friends, Laura Curnutt Santana, recently wrote an article […]

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04.05.2011
written by Mick Ukleja

Not All Training Opportunities Are Created Equal

(Is This Leadership Program Worth My Time And Money?) In the last issue we learned that leaders are not necessarily genetically inclined. 30% of the brain is hardwired at birth. That means that our life experiences– including training– programs a lot of what we feel we are capable of doing. That’s the software component. The […]

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04.27.2011
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