During the leadership development training I conduct, people often share the clearest perspective on great leadership. They also come up with some of the biggest problems leaders create for themselves. One person brought up the critical issue of leadership credibility. In short, why is it important for leaders to walk the talk? And what happens
Justin Beiber’s Intentions song reminded me of leadership this week. (Does that mean #Covid19 is getting to me?! Maybe. I’m kidding!) Seriously though, for those of us still showing up to work, we all have different intentions. My question to you as a leader is – do you know each of your employee’s intentions when
There’s a note written on a map hanging above my desk. The familiar quote reads: “Hope is NOT a strategy.” The note hangs there, prominently displayed. And serves as my constant reminder that as a leader, I can’t afford to simply “wait” and “hope” good things happen. It is the responsibility of any proactive leader
After the significant emotional event of COVID-19, employees coming back to work may feel and act differently. What should leaders be doing? Consider this.
Independence Day Reflections It could be argued there has never been an Independence Day in American history like Independence Day 2020. America is feeling the constraints of a deadly virus unlike anything known to our generation. Economic turmoil is affecting businesses and workers throughout our land. Political consensus and decorum have largely been abandoned in favor