Identity Verified Thinker in Society / Leadership / Individual
Kathleen Schafer
Kathleen Schafer
Leadership expert Kathleen Schafer works with people throughout the world to understand their unique leadership skills and how to work with others in the process of change. Her goal is to provide guidance for those engaged in transformative change in their lives, their organizations and communities
 
Mar. 18, 2011 4:20 pm
Courage: the ability to do something that frightens one. Trust: firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, and strength of someone or something. One need only turn on the news for a few moments to be overwhelmed with the human drama playing out in the world right now. Revolutionary movements attempting to topple dictatorships, natural disasters of epic proportions and the politics of...  Read More
Mar. 9, 2011 8:09 am
During the past few weeks, I have found it increasingly difficult to watch, listen to or read the news. While the budget battles continue, unemployment, health care and education are debated, and crisis in the Middle East continued, I took a moment to reflect on my reluctance to consume the litany of current events. The thought that popped into my mind was Einstein’s quote, “the definition of...  Read More
Mar. 7, 2011 10:39 am
So many people think about leadership as a solitary effort that we often lose sight of the importance and need for the engagement of a variety of people in the leadership process. Leadership implies relationship by denoting the presence of both leader and follower. While these terms have become pejorative, the essence behind the concept is that a symbiotic relationship among those with diverse...  Read More
Mar. 2, 2011 9:16 am
When I speak with audiences, I say to them that they will hear nothing from me that they don’t already know to be true. My intention in my work is not to impart some grand wisdom, rather it is to shine a light on the leader that has been ignored or forgotten in the race through life. By approaching life and work as a continual process of discovery, I am gratified when I find affirmation of my...  Read More
Return to Main Blog Page

BestThinking to be Updated this Weekend

If all goes well you will see a change in the layout of BestThinking's Home and Category pages. Topics & Articles and Blogs & Books will no longer be shown in two separate columns.

All 4 content types (Articles, Blogs, Books, and Topics) will be Featured Content together as one continuous stream, although the column structure - one wide and one narrow - will remain the same. The first (wide) column will now flow into the second (narrow) column. This change is in response to Blogs becoming as important a content type as Articles and Topics. This will also give Featured Content more time on the Home page which is helpful regarding search engines indexing this content.

Close
 
Latest Ebooks