Sunday, October 15, 2017

Connected Leadership Featured on Targeting Leadership Radio

Jim and Kathy share their valuable insight on a unique approach to leadership development.  It begins with understanding your intention and P.O.V (Point of View). They are both experienced leaders and passionate educators.  Their unique approach to developing leadership skills is intriguing. LISTEN NOW  

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Leadership Saint Leo Program Wins National Leadership Development Award

Each year, HR.com’s LEAD Awards celebrate the best applications and internally designed leadership development programs from organizations around the world . Past winners have included Fortune 500s, small-start-ups, and everything in between.  We are pleased to announce that CODA’s yearlong leadership development program at Saint Leo University (Leadership Saint Leo) placed first in one category…

By James Sartain
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Friday, March 3, 2017

CODA Announces Certified Trainers for Connected Leadership Program

The CODA Connected Leadership Program is now more readily available for you.  CODA has begun the process of creating a national network of certified trainers who will be authorized to bring this program to your organization. Our initial group of CODA certified trainers was selected for their years of successful experience in developing leaders at…

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Friday, January 6, 2017

You’re a Leader. We Need You to Lead!

Guest Blog from Erika Brennan, Head Golf Coach, University of Southern Mississippi erikabrennan.com Growing up as an only child, I was involved in countless sports and activities.  We were the family that always had some place to be, and that place was nearly always dictated by whatever practice, recital or extracurricular was going on in…

By Erika Brennan
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Why Amazon’s Priest and Imam Commercial Matters for Leaders

By now you have probably viewed the viral Amazon video of a Priest and Imam having a cup of tea.  After sharing their daily challenges of leading a group of followers, each took note of the physical discomfort that the other was experiencing from kneeling for much of the day.  In a modern day Gift of the Magi (with…

By James Sartain
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