Monthly Archives: May 2018

Reading…and Leading

May 27, 2018

The only thing new under the sun is the history you don’t know. Harry Truman I have serendipitously found myself in the midst of a three-volume bio of Joseph Stalin by starting with Volume Two without realizing it was part of a trilogy. The author is Stephen Kotkin of Princeton University and the Hoover Institution at…

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Turning 74

May 14, 2018

I am reminded, as I turn 74 (May 24th), of the old TV shows back in the ‘50’s when people my age would be described – with great solicitousness – as “74 years YOUNG.” Ugh. I am a geezer and proud of it. There are an awful lot of people that crawled out of the…

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Strengthen Your Leadership Leaders of all levels and walks of life engage with Jeff Campbell to better themselves and their organizations. Approachable and insightful, Jeff offers his expertise through several outlets including mentorship, coaching, speaking and facilitation. “I really feel like he understands what leaders are going through. He’s empathetic, but he’s also learning with…

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