Why Plan B Is Often Your Greatest Opportunity as a Leader

This is a guest post by Pete Wilson, author of the recently published Plan B: What Do You Do When God Doesn’t Show Up the Way You Thought He Would? Pete is one of the pastors of Cross Point Church, an active blogger and Twitter user.

If you’ve ever led anything you know Plan B is inevitable. Life doesn’t always unfold like we plan, and dreams have the tendency to shatter. As a leader you have to see this as an opportunity.

How to Use Evernote with an iPad to Take Meeting Notes

In 2004, I bought a Toshiba Tablet PC. I had hoped I could use it for taking notes in meetings, using Microsoft’s OneNote software. However, after a few months, I gave up. The system was just too clunky. I resigned myself to using a Moleskine notebook for taking notes in meetings.

iPad Tilted Up on Its Official Case

However, a few weeks ago, I was sitting in a meeting with one of our authors. Several people pulled out their iPads and began taking notes. This piqued my curiosity.

John Wooden and the Power of Virtue in Leadership

This is a guest post by Michael Lee Stallard. He is the president of E Pluribus Partners and the primary author of Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite Your Team’s Passion, Creativity and Productivity. (You can download the digital book free.) If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here.

Even though we’ve lost a great coach and teacher with John Wooden’s death, he left a legacy that that is especially relevant today: his virtuous leadership style.