(This series of “notes” first appeared in the YahooGroup “VenturingList” and are written by Michael Brown. I thought that they were worth sharing with the Commissioner Corps.) Bill George’s “Authentic Leadership” (2003) is his own take on the servant leadership concept. He has recently added to this with the concept of “True North” (2007) with […]

(This series of “notes” first appeared in the YahooGroup “VenturingList” and are written by Michael Brown. I thought that they were worth sharing with the Commissioner Corps.) “Leadership 2.0” (2012) is a new work on leadership by the authors of “Emotional Intelligence 2.0” (2009) (which I touched on in LN #58). Purchasing the book gives […]

Firebase, that is. My latest project (while I await the outcome of the decision on my YAMC project) is to take an existing system used by Scout Commissioners, and see if I could adapt it to be a mobile app to be used by a new breed of Scouting Professional found only in the Michigan […]

(Yet Another Mobile Challenge) — so, as some of you will know, a number of years back (maybe more than I know, since the original homepage was written in HTML 4.01) I designed a system to be used by any DeMolay jurisdiction in the country to offer an online way of submitting their new member […]

(This series of “notes” first appeared in the YahooGroup “VenturingList” and are written by Michael Brown. I thought that they were worth sharing with the Commissioner Corps.) The concept of servant leadership is one we have and will continue to revisit in this series. I have also found works that are servant leadership works, but […]

(This series of “notes” first appeared in the YahooGroup “VenturingList” and are written by Michael Brown. I thought that they were worth sharing with the Commissioner Corps.) You may have heard of the “Paradoxical Commandments” but never realized it. They were written by Dr. Kent Keith (http://www.paradoxicalcommandments.com/) in a book he wrote back in 1968. […]

(This series of “notes” first appeared in the YahooGroup “VenturingList” and are written by Michael Brown. I thought that they were worth sharing with the Commissioner Corps.) As always, I like to revisit some concepts. Servant leadership continues to be an important area of study. New works continue to come out, from the Greenleaf Center […]