Executive leaders need to think about their face when they make announcements, hold discussions, and conduct meetings. The look you have says much more than the words you speak.
Clients often ask me about ways to increase their confidence. Apparently plenty of qualified executives suffer from a bit of inferiority. They are fearful of being “found out” as not… Read more »
It turns out not everyone is equipped to work at home. I frequently get asked for tips and tricks on how to make the stay-at-home gig work well.
One of the highest valued attributes of great leaders is their authenticity. Being authentic does not always come naturally. The good news is, you can develop a more authentic leadership… Read more »
Living life with intentional direction is far more rewarding than one day arriving at some destination and wondering why or how you got there.
Every box on every organization chart is about who the executive or manager is going to be. At least that is where the thinking usually starts. We somehow think we… Read more »
finding the right talent, placing the right talent, managing the people, and keeping the best talent.
Seldom does an individual sense the call of leadership at an early age; as in “I’m going to be a fireman” or “I’m going to be an astronaut”.