There is, has been and will continue to be so much written on the subject of leadership it seems redundant to this author to write about the subject. It is much easier at times to quote our great leadership ….
New Year’s resolution: it almost pains me to write those words. It’s not because I have bad memories of one’s I’ve made and fell short on or forgotten. Thankfully, that’s never been a tradition of mine. With all its good ….
Recently I found myself watching the show Shark Tank. I’m sure most of you are familiar with this popular show where entrepreneurs face a group of would be investors and pitch their business. The sharks listen to these folks and ….
Over the years, I have interacted with thousands of people. Because I have such a keen interest in people and what makes us tick, I often listen to conversations with “two sets of ears.” One set is listening to what ….
How many times in your life have you said, “I don’t know why they took it so personally?” How many times do you think someone has said that about you? What about the times when you reflected back and realized ….
In part 1 of this series, I wrote about the idea of being vulnerable with yourself. How being vulnerable would cause you to honest, sometimes brutally honest, with yourself and acknowledge your short comings. How does vulnerability enhance leadership abilities ….
How do we build trust as a leader? WOW you’ve never heard that one before have you? If you’d like we can recount all the ways including results, competency, intent and integrity. we can look at how to build on ….