Choice

August 6, 2014

What Your Calendar Says About Your Leadership

  One of the best parts of my job is being able to work with senior leaders and business executives as a coach to help them achieve more of their goals, chart their career course and build stronger, more accountable teams around them. Each individual is unique; they face different challenges, have different opportunities and […]
June 18, 2014

Breaking Bad Leadership Habits

  A while back my wife mentioned that we needed a new kitchen faucet.  The one we had was about 15 years old, leaked on occasion and wasnt very easy to operate.  Three kids can wear a faucet out pretty effectively.  When we went to look at them she really liked the new touch faucets […]
February 18, 2014

Commitment: Carrots and Sticks Not Required

  So it happens three weeks in a row. You tell your team to submit their weekly report to you by Friday at 5pm and it doesn’t happen.  So, you tell them each again, send an email with the due date, set up automatic calendar reminders, and even go so far as to offer a […]
February 6, 2014

Building Leadership Capability

  Leadership is like magic. It’s reserved for the legendary few who are gifted with the secrets of being able to inspire others and stir something in them that mystically changes those people forever.  Simply being in the presence of one of these gifted leaders can profoundly affect anyone lucky enough to be in the […]
February 4, 2014

Leadership Begins with a Choice

  Years ago I was conducting a training program for managers that was focused on helping them lead their teams more effectively.  We spent part of the workshop helping them create a process for understanding the goals of their team members and how important it was to align those personal goals with the job goals. […]