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Swing: Elite Leadership for High Performance Teams

By Sigval Berg Writing a book is never easy and that is certainly true for me.  I have been told repeatedly, “It is time to get your leadership perspective out […]

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Departing Well: Setting Your Team Up for Success

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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Service as a Lifestyle

By Scott Jensen One of my favorite holidays is Veterans Day! I have several personal reasons for this. Not the least of which is that it happens to be my […]

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Developing a Team of Excellence

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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The Development a Leader Actually Needs

By Judy Farrell The chatter around “The Great Resignation” continues to grow as the number of people quitting their jobs this year remains at a record high. The Department of […]

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Casting and Cultivating a Vision

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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Living and Leaving a Legacy

By Ray Rottman I was 31 years old when my vibrant, non-smoking father was diagnosed with lung cancer a few days after his 75th birthday; we said our final goodbyes […]

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In Memoriam Ted Parker

It is with a very heavy heart that we share the news that VADM Ted Parker passed away June 25th.  VADM Parker was one of the founding members of SLG.  […]

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Leading Like a Father

By Chuck Hollingsworth Content Notice: This article contains a traumatic, but miraculous birth story. Discretion is advised to those who may be sensitive. It was my first time in a delivery […]

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Wearing Many Hats

By Ali and Mary Ghaffari As Leaders, we often talk of wearing many different hats. We speak of Leadership and Followership. We speak of influencing our co-workers, our teams, or […]

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The Renaissance of Character

by Elise Keitz We find ourselves in a unique moment for defining who we will be next, as individuals and as a society. When perhaps we were drowning in professional […]

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Integrity of Faith and Cyberspace

–By Branden Lynam I wrapped up my Severn Leadership Group fellowship in April of 2019, shortly after the birth of my fifth child. I was about halfway through my present […]

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