Leadership Communication

Be a Red Shoe Leader!

Red Shoe Story The Gurri family left Cuba for American freedom with one suitcase and $5 per person. Mother Beba wore impractical red shoes as a sign of strength. For four-year-old Margarita, those red shoes magically transformed the power of conflict with courage, humor, and grace. Red Shoe Attitude Face life’s challenges and joys with accountability and…

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Ethical Portals: What keeps us honest?

Our Moral Compass is like a beacon that lets sailors know when they are headed in the right direction. Passing with a green beacon on your right indicates a path toward deeper waters. Passing with a red beacon on the right indicates a safe return home to shore. Red Right Returning is the phrase mariners…

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Red Shoe Leadership

Red Shoe Story The Gurri family escaped Cuba’s communism for American freedom with one suitcase and $5 per person. Mother Beba wore impractical red shoes as a sign of quiet defiance. For four-year-old Margarita, those red shoes magically transformed the power of conflict with courage, humor, and grace. Red Shoe Attitude Face life’s challenges and joys with…

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Business Ethics: Your Responsibility

Everyone has a responsibility to say something if they see or experience unethical and/or illegal behavior. As leaders, supervisors and managers have even greater responsibility. Leaders are liable for the consequences of ignoring misbehavior. Failing to take action can warp and corrupt workplace cultures.  Where to start? Good leaders demonstrate curiosity, have empathy, and are…

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