Tag Archive: You

Your Deepest Most Effective Leadership

Your deepest most effective leadership is typically not a matter of training but rather a function of a quality that is covered up, nascent or inaccessible. However, accessing and operating from your deepest most effective leadership is not an enigma or some woo woo, incense-burning ritual. It is a smart, practical and pragmatic way to ensure unencumbered continual growth and expansion toward the best parts of YOU and consistent excellence. view article


Improvement Is Simple Right?

At the prompting of a friend, I attended a “Get Better” Leader Breakfast and Strategy session titled By Failing To Prepare You Are Preparing To Fail. You may know that title as a quote credited to Benjamin Franklin. The breakfast was promoted as a reflection of Franklin, the consummate self-improvement model. In reality however it view article


Authentic Leadership -Make An IMPACT

Authentic Leadership is about being human; fearlessly discovering and developing the strength to consistently be the best version of you in service to others. It’s about the beauty and struggle of everyday life. It’s about the leader in you that shines through while you overcome the struggles, pain, frustration and exhaustion of…………………………………………………….. view article


High Impact Leadership

When I asked about 80 of you in face-to-face conversations (not Survey Monkey) what would help you take us to the next level. Leaders, managers and team members described obstacles the same way. But mere improvement is not enough. You want dramatic improvement you want high impact! view article


How To Develop a Leadership Culture

You undoubtedly have noticed that holiday gatherings seem to trigger inquiry, discussion and reflection. It’s a natural response to the end of the year and the relaxed mindset that prevails. Profit has been made, annual closure is near and a look back is appropriate and natural. But two founders share their grief and chided themselves for a tight and singular focus on technical competency. They said, “ We worked so hard getting the technical and business side perfected, we ignored the people side. Now we’re overwhelmed with people problems.”………………… view article