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Lucira Jane Nebelung is the founding principal of Leading as Love. She has over 30 years of experience as a leader, consultant and coach in a wide variety of organizations. She brings a valuable blend of both strategic wisdom and tactical experience in the fields of leadership development, organization effectiveness and development, and change leadership and implementation. She works with executives to align organizational actions with leader intentions and to build individual and organizational mastery of Leading as Love: Care, Understanding, Respect and Responsibility for our universal dignity, well-being and fulfillment.

Lucira Jane is a radical visionary with expertise for achieving the purpose, potential and transformation of many forms of organization: business, government, education and religion. She provides inspiration and practical know-how for both leaders and individuals to become catalysts for transformational change. Her writings, presentations, workshops, consulting and coaching challenge the way we think about the meaning and root causes of success and our responsibilities for creating the world we live in.

Lucira Jane has both a B.S. and an M.A. in Psychology and is certified in Executive Coaching. She is currently writing her second book, The Heart of the Matter: Leading as Love. In this book she shows that the foundation for effective leadership and management is love. Lucira has authored more than 50 business and professional articles and presentations. She is a frequently invited guest instructor in executive graduate programs and is a faculty member of the Graduate Institute's, Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL).

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What Makes a Leader

If you are discouraged by all the discord you see in the world, I would like to share the one change that changes everything: changing how we lead. We hold the key to move beyond hope and through transformational change by looking at life differently and making different choices. We frequently use the terms leadership and management interchangeably as if they mean the same thing. They don't. We lead people and manage things, such as work and the everyday tasks of our lives. Leading is about our humanness, our relationships and our interactions with each other. Leaders are those who choose to make the…

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