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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
Nov. 30, 2010 8:50 am
Leadership in Life's Challenges For the past 20 years, I have devoted my professional life to helping others develop their leadership potential and teaching them to make the Leadership Choice by using what they have to make a difference. One of the greatest joys of my work is the continuing unfolding and understanding of how these principles apply to all aspects of life. My mother’s recent...  Read More
Nov. 24, 2010 10:32 am
With the midterm elections safely behind them, elected officials now come to the most difficult part of their adventure—leading and making good on all of those campaign promises. An election is never an easy endeavor and the dirty little secret is that the real work begins after victory is declared. The challenge before the next Congress is no different from the challenges previous Congresses...  Read More
Nov. 11, 2010 4:43 pm
MYTH: My job security is determined by other people deciding my value; after all, someone else will decide to hire, pay and promote me. If you place your economic survival in others’ hands you will forever be in a position of weakness and vulnerability—leaving you feeling afraid. While you may not go to work everyday feeling the need to hide under your desk, a general sense of fear or unease...  Read More
Nov. 8, 2010 8:25 am
Are you a leader? That’s a tough question for most people to answer. With many seemingly stalwart organizations and entities crumbling around us, those who we’ve viewed as the “traditional” leaders seem to be imploding alongside the organizations that have been “leading.” In addition to asking yourself if you are a leader, you may even be asking yourself if you want to be. For people who yearn...  Read More
Nov. 2, 2010 3:41 pm
The 2010 midterm election will eventually become like many others in our nation’s history, relegated to a data point in the ebb and flow of political cycles—that is, unless our country has hit a point where it is no longer willing to tolerate radical extremism in disguise as leadership and mudslinging as a substitute for real-world solutions. What has become the greatest travesty of the early...  Read More
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