Everything listed under: #leadership

  • For the Love of God Leaders…USE YOUR BLINKER!

    To the driver (leader) in the black, sedan with luxury trim and tricked out wheels: You are not the only one on the highway! There are thousands of us riding along side of you, in front of you and behind you. Some of us are headed in the same direction and others of us are headed straight for you.   Read More...

  • Change Isn't a "Thing"

    My wide-eyed 5-year-old found a new favorite movie a couple of months ago. And if you have young children you know that when a child likes a movie you’ll have the opportunity to see it more than a few times. A lot more than a few times!   Read More...

  • Why Do You Lead?

    Born, Built or AppointedWhy do you even want to be a leader? This leadership stuff is tough! There’s accountability for the organization’s success, responsibility for the human beings that follow you, scrutiny of everything you do and don’t do, criticism for well…everything and don’t get me started on the stress!   Read More...

  • Employee Engagement - “Do or do not. There is no try” - Yoda

    Engagement – as defined by Merriam-Webster: an arrangement to meet or be present at a specified time and place : a job or period of employment especially as a performer : something that engages : pledge : the act of engaging : the state of being engaged : emotional involvement or commitment : the state of being in gear : a hostile encounter between military forces3 Simple Do's and Don'ts of Employee EngagementDo Not wait to assess your employee engagement once a year.If you&rsquo...  Read More...

  • Inspired Leadership Changes Everything

    Leadership is hard and if you don’t know why you’re doing it then it can feel downright miserable making even the greatest job feel draining, frustrating or exhausting. When you don’t have meaning in your work you may very well have misery instead…and that’s no good for you, your teams or your organization. I would imagine that you, like most leaders I’ve worked with, took on the role because you felt like you’d be a pretty awesome leader that could mot...  Read More...

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