Category: Leadership Development

Civility at Work

Work is essential for all of us. Not just for financial independence but also other, more fundamental reasons. Everyone has a deep need to contribute and progress; it’s fundamental to human nature. We need work to contribute to our well being not detract from………………………………………………………… view article


Unlock Your Leadership Potential

Is life getting better and more comfortable? The investment of each day should serve to help you unlock your leadership, become less fearful, less anxious, and less nervous—more of a leader and less of a follower, an independent thinker.  You want to be amassing the wisdom that gives you confidence, composure, and resolve; using each day to develop a relaxed “got it together” demeanor. Ideally, you are on your way to mastering, not just the workplace but, all of life. Here is what you …………………………………………….. view article


Civility at Work and at Home

Civil Treatment means everyday behavior aligns with organizational values and supports positive business outcomes; progress, productivity, and increased profit. We all know this. It’s represented by the plaque on the wall. Mission statements, guiding principles, and value statements are visible to the eye but less often felt. This lack creates……………………………….. view article


The Blind Spot That Leaders Miss

This blind spot hurts….the leader initially had one problem on his hands, now he has two…. at least! Brian; you talk a lot about negativity. Yes! That’s because negativity is so widespread and so readily accepted. It is something that holds us back without us knowing it is holding us back. Negativity is an especially insidious and troublesome blind spot that…………………………….. view article


5 Mistakes New Managers Should Avoid

Congratulations! You’ve become a new manager! Finally you have earned the promotion you’ve been dreaming of. Team members will now take you seriously.Before your head swells too much, there’s something you should know. Something that management books and workshops gloss over or ignore altogether, there’s something that may temper your romanticism with management. Management is hard! Managers are successful only if they get results and they get those results through…………………… view article