Fresh off the Cleveland Cavs' 2016 NBA Championship, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse's President and CEO, is thinking about what it takes to win. In short, it's not just having determination; it's having the right frame of mind as well.
Sharpening the Saw
This month, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse's President and CEO, is pondering effective ways to manage our time. Sure, it's easy to make time for things that are important and urgent; but what about all those other things that are equally important, but not necessarily pressing?
Sharpening the Saw: Characterizing "Character" The concept of "character" can imply a variety of attributes including the existence or lack of virtues such as empathy, courage, fortitude, honesty, and loyalty, or of good behaviors or habits. I think of people with character as upstanding, trustworthy, and genuine -- people you can count on Each month I have the opportunity to write [...]
This month, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse President and CEO, takes on something we're all guilty of (to some extent or another): prejudice.
A new year means a new leadership topic for Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse President and CEO. In his first column of 2016, he's digging deep into an important topic: the importance of being present in our conversations.
It's Christmas time, and Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse's President and CEO, is feeling the spirit. How can we channel the fevered anticipation of the holiday season into self-improvement?
This Veteran's Day, Jeff Van Fleet, Lightouse's President and CEO, has a message for those that have served in our nation's armed forces: thank you.
Long before he founded Lighthouse, President and CEO Jeff Van Fleet scrawled down the values that he believed made up the ideal workplace culture. Written eight years before we opened our doors, his words remain as true today as they were then.
As October rolls in, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse President and CEO, has football on the mind—specifically, the lessons taught to him by one of his favorite coaches of all time, Lou Holtz.
As summer draws to a close, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse President and CEO, is thinking about the events that helped mold him into the person he is today—specifically, an instance with a youth-group advisor who wasn't nearly as mature as her age might have suggested...