Strong leadership demonstrates accountability.
If you lead meetings and you love your own voice, you’re driving everyone crazy!
Correction is essential to reaching higher.
Leaders change life-trajectory by bringing outsiders in.
Leaders reach high by reinforcing positive behaviors.
Leaders reach higher with vitality.
Everything goes smoothly and the work is also easier in a trustful, honest environment.
Everyone thinks that doing your best opens doors to new opportunities.
It is through Inigo that we can learn three important leadership lessons.
Talk less, listen more.
“Become an effective, dynamic public speaker.” That vision informs the way I handle criticism.
I worked like a dog because I was afraid. I was afraid of failure.
Leaders reach higher by removing communication blockers.
Many things discussed sounded great but never happened.
Good people rise higher when leaders get out of their way.
President of Pasadena-based, nonprofit online Saybrook University, Nathan Long, Ed.D. has some advice for companies and nonprofits to help their employees cope with the stressors of this unprecedented time.