Healthy Conflict for Healthy Teams

Healthy Conflict for Healthy Teams

If we manage conflict constructively, we harness its energy for creativity and development. – Kenneth Kaye Conflict is a necessary part of any healthy team. Disagreements are an inevitable, normal, and healthy part of relating to other people. We must be able to...
A Lasting Legacy

A Lasting Legacy

On December 1st, just before midnight Charles S. Luck III passed away after 87 extraordinary years. As I knew him, Mr. Luck was the epitome of a Southern Gentlemen—he was thoughtful and serious and always asked after my family. He had such a gravity about him that I...
Building Organizational Resiliency

Building Organizational Resiliency

I recently had the opportunity to speak about the transformative impact of Values Based Leadership at the 2020 Tugboat Institute Summit. For the first time since the summit has taken place, the annual gathering of CEOs transitioned to a virtual experience. Over the...
Commitment vs Compliance

Commitment vs Compliance

My grandfather was an entrepreneur, and I grew up working in our family businesses. When I was young, we had a heavy equipment repair shop, and a family farm, and a sawmill. When the repair shop burned down and the sawmill went bankrupt, my grandfather started an...
Means to an End

Means to an End

When the world is chaotic and everything’s uncertain, it’s easy to lose focus on our end goals. End goals define results that we’re unwilling to compromise, and center on what we want to achieve. Means goals, in contrast, center on how we want to achieve...
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