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April 19, 2011

Introducing… The leadercommunicator Guest Blogger Series

For me, summer nights growing up often meant going to the ice cream shop when I was well behaved.  (There were times when those nights were few and far between!)  I went to Baskin-Robbins with its “31 flavors” and got my favorite, Bubble Gum ice cream.  Someone very smart about 60 years ago realized that you need more than chocolate and vanilla ice cream; that life is better with diversity (of flavors).  

It's in that spirit that I'm pleased to introduce something new this week -- a series of guest posts here at the leadercommunicator blog.  Contributors will come from a range of perspectives, experiences and backgrounds. 

I am inviting people I know, respect and, in many cases, have learned from over the years.  All have a passion for the importance of communication and leadership, and will share their thoughts and perspectives in the spirit of advancing the dialogue.

I hope you'll welcome the additional voices; I'm confident you'll value their wise thoughts and perspectives.

At the same time, I also invite all of you—readers, colleagues, clients, and other leaders and communicators—to contribute as well...whether posting a comment or considering writing a guest post.

I look forward to the additional voices on the blog -- please let me know what you think.  And, I'm curious about your favorite ice cream flavor, too!

Tomorrow look for our first guest post from Jeanenne LaMarsh of LaMarsh and Associates.


- David Grossman




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