Careful — your character is showing!

It was reported today that a Southwest Airlines pilot was suspended for remarks he made in the cockpit of a plane. What he thought was a private conversation was broadcast around the world because he didn’t realize he was on an open mic. I have a couple thoughts! First, a quick thought to the pilot. Fly the plane! On behalf of anyone who spends any time in the air — we’d be much more comfortable knowing you were spending your time in the cockpit focused on navigating the plane and less time focused on the weight, age, or sexual orientation of your co-workers. Fly the plane! Some talking heads today have argued that you were paying attention. Since your mic was hot and you didn’t realize it,

Unspoken Vows

What an awesome day! I’m just outside Capitan, New Mexico with my bride. We have some great friends who are renewing their commitment of love to each other through the renewal of their wedding vows, and they’ve chosen the beautiful setting of the mountains of New Mexico for the ceremony. It’s just the four of us here, and Heather and I are humbled and honored to be a part of it. As I sit here on the patio preparing for the ceremony this evening, I’ve been thinking about the significance of vows. Although wedding vows are often the first thing that come to my mind, I realize vows quite simply are the commitments we make. They’re the promises we make to be devoted to something — bounding us to

Clint Swindall, CSP

- Speaker, Trainer & Author

Clint is a seasoned professional speaker you can depend on to educate, entertain, and engage. Clint Swindall understands the power of engagement. He understands the critical roles both leaders and employees play in building a culture of engagement, and how a focused effort for both can dramatically improve an organization. Here in his blog he shares some of his knowledge and understanding of people to help you where you are in your personal and business life.

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"Engaged Leadership is the best of both worlds: an engaging business story coupled with a primer on the practical skills all leaders need. In the book, Swindall provides many useful tools for successfully meeting twelve major leadership challenges. I recommend it."
—Mark Sanborn, author of The Fred Factor and You Don't Need a Title to Be a Leader

"If you want to have a team where leaders and employees are working hand-in-hand to build a culture of employee engagement, then you need to read this book. I'm confident it will help you become a weekday warrior." —Jon Gordon bestselling author of The Energy Bus and Soup

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