Pure Lucht
Leadership Lessons Learned by John Lucht

Leaders come in all shapes, sizes and from all walks of life. Their experiences and paths to leadership are as varied as their histories. And many leaders, as I’ve discussed in previous posts, are atypical leaders. They don’t lead companies or divisions or departments. Sometimes, as in the case of Anne Frank, they lead by saying what others can’t or won’t say and often in daunting circumstances. That Anne Frank did so beginning at the young age of 13 is impressive. And that her set of circumstances were the worst that humanity have seen make it all the more remarkable.

Along with her family, Anne spent most days – from 8:30 in the morning until after 5 in the evening...

I am very pleased to present a guest post by Steve McCullough. I have known and worked with Steve as a client for over 8 years.  We have a common interest – Georgia Gwinnett College – where I serve on the Foundation Finance Committee and Steve is an accounting instructor. As you’ll understand when you read Steve’s post, he is a natural teacher and extends his passion for teaching beyond the walls of a classroom to every employee at every level of the companies he works with. (John Lucht)

Let Them Play Their Symphony

I’ve never been one to ever consider myself successful in my career, but I guess I would have to say that since I’ve...

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