I write about leadership a lot. I think about it all the time. I have the privilege of teaching it quite often. And yet. There are so many days that all the sayings or principles in the world can’t prepare you for leading. When things don’t go according to your plans and your thinking, we … Continue reading Not All Advice is Equal
I have a simple thought when it comes to integrity and leadership. It’s essential. It separates great leaders from those in positional leadership. It sustains leaders for the long haul. It allows teams to trust the leadership. So here’s the simple thought. Consistency is the word that can be interchanged with integrity. When we talk … Continue reading Integrity and Leadership
What if you chose today to give up one bad leadership habit? What would it be? Gossiping? Fear? Avoiding Conflict? Micro-managing? Let’s keep it simple. Stop doing the _____ and fill that void with a good leadership quality. You can’t just try and stop it. You have to put something else there.
I’VE HEARD IT SAID THAT THE ONLY WAY TO CLIMB MT. EVEREST IS ONE STEP AT A TIME. I love this idea, thousands of seemingly independent strides, intertwined together, transporting you 29,029 feet above sea level to a view that most of us will never have in person. Over the past few months, as I’ve … Continue reading Lead Well
Qualities of Great Team Leaders (part 5 of 6) Almost there people. It’s only taken me a month to get to the 5th and 6th qualities on our list. Here’s a reminder of the list of 10 qualities of a great leader: 1. Leverage Influence for the team 2. Approachable 3. Solid Grip … Continue reading Qualities of a Great Team Leader (part 5 of 6)