Posts Tagged ‘Good Leadership Breakfast’
Glen Gunderson Radiates Goodness
Glen Gunderson Radiates Goodness – Meet Glen on May 19 Glen Gunderson survived a challenge that toppled many other Minnesota leaders; he successfully combined entities from Minneapolis and St. Paul into one thriving social enterprise. Anyone who knows the ideological divide created by the Mississippi River is certain to find his story of goodness and…Read More
Why we should be optimistic about the future – from the Chairman of NBC Sports
Pete Bevacqua was the perfect speaker for the 98th episode of the Good Leadership Breakfast. His presence, perspective, and convictions were perfectly aligned with the three intentions for the day: Discuss leadership in terms of “good leadership” – which is all about working in teams, to create great results. Together. Launch the newest Good Leadership…Read More
Good Leaders: Is it Time for Your Bucket List?
On Father’s Day weekend in 1999, I made the commitment to become and author. I created an outline and wrote the first 2000 words while flying from Minneapolis to London to visit my sister Liesl. When that first book, Inspire, Persuade, Lead was published, I decided that writing a Best-Seller book someday was on my Bucket List.Read More
Good Leaders: How do you feel about your money?
Nathan Dungan was in New York City, the day the Twin Towers collapsed. The four days of confinement to his hotel room, and then two days of driving a rental car back to Minnesota, created the perfect opportunity for him to re-think his life.Read More
Good Leaders: How well do you share your finances?
Most people would rather speak about their sex lives or spirituality than talk about their money. Somehow discussing our “finances” creates an uncomfortable window into our souls. That’s why I invited Nathan Dungan to be our speaker at the Good Leadership Breakfast this Friday.Read More
Good Leaders: What can we expect from you, as you build your future?
“An empire!” Alex Steinman said with conviction. She was the speaker at the Good Leadership Breakfast this past Friday, who came to share her approach to family – specifically her perspective on being a working mom. But the question I asked that evoked the “empire” response was: What can we expect from you in the future?Read More
Good Leaders: How are you living generously?
What would you do with $204,395 to change a little piece of the world? That’s what the Good Leadership Breakfast tribe is doing with the help of HANDy Paint Pail inventor Mark Bergman. We call it living generously.Read More
Good Leaders: How does your family help you be a better leader?
You are in for a real treat. If you make it to the Good Leadership Breakfast next Friday, April 21, you will discover the irresistible mystique of Alex Steinman: I started the Strong Like Mama blog for working mothers,” Alex explained. “I don’t talk about crafts and new cooking ideas. I talk about real stuff working moms understand…like what to do when your kid craps in the tub while you are on conference call trying to fix a product launch,” she laughed. See what I mean?Read More
Good Leaders: Can you relax today?
I’m tired. The four months of January through April are the busy season in the leadership consulting business. Last week I got up before 5am, five days in a row. It’s a good tired. But I’m tired. With that, good things are ahead…Read More
Good Leaders: What habits help you be grateful today?
The words, “we felt compelled to do something in our son’s honor,” caused the lump in my throat last Friday. The speaker at the Good Leadership Breakfast, Marc Miller, was sharing how in his state of grieving over the sudden loss of his son, he felt called to start a non-profit to honor the name of his child, Gunnar.Read More