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One of the great leaders and thinkers of our time is Clayton Christensen, ”a down-to-earth” alum of BYU, Oxford and Harvard. Guest post by Daniela Baker One recent article in Forbes magazine examined the interesting phenomenon behind a shift in today’s leadership principles. Guest post by Jordan Spindler Leadership is a personal trait that often proves elusive to many people, however is intimately related to personal success. Positive and effective communication starts with listening. When you listen first and ask questions second, you come away with a much better understanding of what the other person wanted you to know. “Removing what does not matter is the first step in figuring out what does.” This statement sums up one of the key indicators to sustainable and effective leadership as taught in the book The Leader’s Climb: A Business Tale of Rising to the New Leadership Challenge by Bob Parsanko and Paul Heagen. One of the primary themes of Lead on Purpose is leading effectively regardless of whether you are in a position of authority – in a ‘management’ position. Great leaders understand the responsibility of doing things right, making sure they’re accomplishing the goals they’ve set out for themselves and their organizations. In today’s world too many people avoid accountability for their actions. When things go wrong they find someone or something else to blame. Guest post by Joel Parkinson In general, a project is defined as an activity or endeavor that has a definite start and end date, and is done to achieve certain goals or objectives. Guest post by Brad Zomick There is no worse feeling then when you are trying to lead a group and no one on the team is taking you seriously.