Caring Isn’t Done In a Day; Caring Is Done Daily

It is the time of year when we pause and count our blessings and we count all of you readers among them. By far, the best part of my work is the remarkable leaders I meet, learn from, and am enriched by. We consider ourselves so very fortunate to have connected with you over the … Read moreCaring Isn’t Done In a Day; Caring Is Done Daily

JEKA AND THE POWER OF ONE: How Ordinary People Can Make An Extraordinary Difference

Not all of us can do great things. What we can do is small things with great love.                                                     – Mother Teresa For more than twenty years, Jeka was my ticket agent … Read moreJEKA AND THE POWER OF ONE: How Ordinary People Can Make An Extraordinary Difference

Thank You For The Successful Book Launches

Friends have I with the world before me, Sun above and the wind behind me, Life and laughter, double-blessed am I.               – Brooks Tower Thank you everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to come out and support me in launching my newest book, Caring Is Everything: … Read moreThank You For The Successful Book Launches

Write A Ticket, Change A Life

For the past several years I have been involved in teaching leadership development programs at every level and in every division of the RCMP. In my workshops, I make a distinction between the transactional work of policing (writing tickets, arresting criminals, doing paper work, etc.) and transformational work of policing, where lives are changed, communities … Read moreWrite A Ticket, Change A Life

Labor, Work, and The Meaning Of Life

Labor Day, Wikipedia tells us, “is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September… It honors the American labor movement; the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country… In Canada, Canadian trade unions are proud that this holiday was inspired by their efforts to improve workers’ rights.” This … Read moreLabor, Work, and The Meaning Of Life

Three Paths to Inspiring Leadership: Lessons From Olympians

“In everybody’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.”   –Albert Schweitzer, Philosopher and Physician After winning a gold medal in the 10,000 meters in Rio, the … Read moreThree Paths to Inspiring Leadership: Lessons From Olympians