Mentorship- You’re Never Too Important to Care

If you want to be an engaged leader, you’ve got to be a purposeful mentor- not just for the people who currently work for you, but to the people who work around you, the people who have worked for you, and the people who may work for you in the future in your...
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Thank Our First Responders

Over the past two days Sarah and I have had the privilege of being in the presence of true American heroes, our Nation’s first responders.  I spoke to members of the Temple, Texas Police Department and the Fort Hood, Texas first responders…primarily to...
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Ft. Hood Visit

Yesterday I had the distinct privilege of speaking to 24 members of the Army’s Family Medicine residency program.  These folks have chosen a profession of service to others, both as a US Army officer and as a medical professional.  It is inspirational to be...
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Domestic Terrorism

Aug 8 – During my public presentations I remind folks that we are a Nation at risk. We are at risk from external threats (Russia, Iran, North Korea, ISIS…..) and internal threats like divisive people and lack of respect for law enforcement personnel. A...
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Celgene Leadership Tour of Gettysburg

I have been blessed to take many folks from Celgene on leadership tours of Gettysburg over the past 4 months. Celgene is a great pharmaceutical company primarily because of their leaders and their people. Great folks who always aspire to be better leaders…more...
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Leadership, Bayer and Bunker Hill

July 30 – Had a wonderful opportunity to take leaders from Bayer on a leadership tour of Lexington/Concord and Bunker Hill. There is so much to be learned about leadership by studying leaders from the past, and then applying those lessons learned to what we are...
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