What’s separates great leaders from good leaders? Accountability! Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City writes in his book about leadership, Read the rest of this entry »
In my early 30’s I needed to change the direction of life. I went through several years in my late twenties without having a real compass of authentic leadership. I needed to reflect deeply on my career, relationships and my personality. My life changed for the better the day I accepted full responsibility for everything that happened to me. Good or bad- It was on me.
Dale Carnegie’s classic book, “How to win friends and influence people” came out in originally in 1937, but remains very significant in how leaders lead today. Carnegie’s wisdom has remained relevant for generations because he shares timeless principals about the fine art of relating to people with the ability to influence others and successfully navigate any social situation. Read the rest of this entry »
In a world where more and more people find themselves working longer hours, how do leaders achieve and maintain work-life balance? It is a challenge to say the least. Every day millions of people wrestle with that question. Leaders are trying to find solutions.
Most of us are familiar with the most recent Gallup Poll about employee engagement. The numbers have somewhat improved but still not where they should be to make a favorable impact on employees’ engagement on organizational and individual performance. Read the rest of this entry »
A great question is like a master key that can open multiple doors. A question not asked is a lost opportunity to find out a hidden path to a successful journey in your life. Read the rest of this entry »
Even the best leaders make mistakes and have flaws. Unfortunately, many leaders are not fully aware of their flaws and how to fix them. In our lives and in our leadership we must be vulnerable and humble to see beyond our blind spots. Read the rest of this entry »
Emotions and leadership are not separate ideas. Positive leaders can uplift and energize teams to a new level of performance. Some people call emotions “soft” and un-business like. We all know the cliché that leaders are not supposed to show emotions at work and the debate goes on and on…. Read the rest of this entry »
At the heart of every great coach is a strong conviction that each leader is uniquely valuable with gifts and potential for greatness. A great coach believes that leadership can be improved and can be developed in a rewarding way.