If you’re like most people I know, (myself included) you want to get it ALL done. But how do you decide what gets done first and what can wait?
Being a leader requires the ability to build rapport with your team. Those following you must have good reason to do so. Every time you have a one-on-one, you have a big opportunity to add to and build that individual rapport.
For everyone in leadership, you need to take a pause from time to time to make some key assessments. I like to call it recalibration. Let’s face it, the demands on your time and your life can get overwhelming. In today’s tumultuous market, we really never know from day to day what next may come.
In times of crisis and concern, leadership value rises to a premium. You, as a leader, must be the one to help others survive.
What is a self-eating watermelon? Definition : A project that contains enough seeds of success right within its own boundaries. How many of you work for or in a self-eating …
Business leaders know the challenge it can be to lead change. When there is a new announcement about something changing, you can often hear the groans that arise.
In today’s ever-increasing complexity of business, companies of all sizes are developing frozen middles. Here’s how to avoid that.
There is a conversation that happens all too often when I speak with business owners. It’s a talk that makes my head explode! It goes something like this. I’m usually …
Are you feeling stuck? It’s like walking in quicksand. You can’t make any forward progress.
A confused mind says NO. If you confuse the people around you, the overall performance will be greatly reduced or even eliminated.