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Leadership and Business Management Articles by Priority Learning

At Priority Learning, we strive to be an online resource for all levels of an organization! That is why we take the time to publish articles each month written by our professional staff as well as exceptional leaders in the field. Over the years we have created a library of leadership articles, business management articles as well as articles on other topics that will help you develop your employees or advance your career.


The Learning Zone
And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. –Roald...

Empowerment - the Next Steps
Last month I wrote about the prerequisites for empowerment, and promised that I would continue the conversation.  This topic naturally leads me to the biggest stumbling block that most leaders face on the road to...

Empowerment: What does it really take to empower others?
Please look at the following and circle (T or F) true or false.T or F – Employees who feel like they are “owners” make better decisions for the organization.T or F – The average employee...

Everybody is so nice
“It’s a big place.  It can be intimidating when you walk in.” That’s how Josh Brosious describes Lowe’s.  He’s worked there for a year now and if there’s one thing he’s learned, it’s that “You can’t...

The Cultural Equation
“There’s some good in this world Mr. Frodo-and it’s worth fighting for.”  –Samwise Gamgee, Lord of the Rings Long before I had ever heard of, or understood, the concept of the hero’s journey as the path...

The 21st Annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp
The 21st annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp will take place on Sat., June 3.  That morning, more than 250 people are expected to take to the Kennebec in support of Pine Tree Camp.  The...

Play Has a Purpose
“A classroom provides routine and structure and is a place for a child to do work,” said Karen McClure-Richard, Director of the Early Learning Center in Auburn. “And that work is play.” The classroom is...

10,000 Hours
“If you don’t choose to do it in leadership time up front, you will do it in crisis management time down the road.” -Stephen Covey What would you do with 10,000 extra hours? That is...

Discovering Skills for a Meaningful Career
“No offense, but I don’t need you anymore.”Those words were music to Lillian Scenna’s ears.Scenna exclaimed, “That’s the best thing you can say to me!”After just a few days, Kim had settled into her new...

The Impact of Pine Tree Camp
Kelly Walker recalls how nervous she was when she drove down the hill to Pine Tree Camp to drop off her son, Chase, for the first time. Chase had never been away from home before...

  • The Learning Zone

    The Learning Zone

    Learning and change seem to happen outside of the comfort zone. When we are stuck, and restless, and bored, maybe that’s the answer.

  • Empowerment - the Next Steps

    Empowerment - the Next Steps

    Next steps in Empowerment. Last month I wrote about the prerequisites for empowerment, and promised that I would continue the conversation.

  • Empowerment:  What does it really take to empower others?

    Empowerment: What does it really take to empower others?

    Empowerment – what it means, and how to go about implementing empowerment at the leadership, team, and ultimately the organizational level.

  • Everybody is so nice

    Everybody is so nice

    Meet Josh, he's been a camper at Pine Tree Camp for 20 years.

  • The Cultural Equation

    The Cultural Equation

    In organizational culture, when one and one equals three, the magic produces both measurable and immeasurable results.

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The word \"Empowerment\" has been, in our experience, a little tough to implement in some organizations. Which of the following best describes “Empowerment” at your organization…

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