Leadership is a matter of how to be, not how to do

“Be careful what you say and do; they’re always watching you and judging you.” The final leadership strategy described by Lee Cockerell in his book “Creating Magic” is titled ‘Develop

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Be careful what you say and do – Not every professional is a leader, and not every leader is a true professional

One day Lee Cockerell’s wife said to him as he left for work, “Lee, be careful what you say and do today. They’re watching you and judging you”. Like parents,

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Stay ahead of the pack

“In times of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.“ As I

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Creating Disney Magic – Looking back at the day

Having just signed off the short highlights reel from our recent event ‘Creating Disney Magic’ with Lee Cockerell (which you can see here), it solidified three key highlights from Lee’s

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Appreciation, Recognition and Encouragement – Burn the free fuel!

  Appreciation, Recognition and Encouragement = ARE My summary of Lee Cockerell’s book “Creating Magic” continues with perhaps my favourite strategy from his work; “Burn the free fuel”. As Lee

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Learn the truth

‘Great leaders are always in learning mode. Can you always know everything? No. Can you always learn more? Of course you can. That’s your job.’ Great leaders are always in

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