PANIC IN THE BEGINNING is the practice of panicking at the front end of a project instead of at the end of a project. Most people (including my prior, and sometimes present, self) are rushing at the last hour, generally, because something was not thought through at the very beginning of the project. A leadership coach can help with this of course.Read More
Do you ever wonder if you might be a micromanager? Here are 6 surefire indications that you are, along with some strategies for overcoming them.Read More
When people describe who I was as a leader, what will they say?
What do I WANT people to say about who I was as a leader?
Am I earning that today?
You may have a great vision or a great idea, however, a great vision or idea without effective leadership will bring any project to its knees. Here are 4 ways to set your teamup for a slow and painful failure.Read More
Larry Seal, the CEO of EngagedLeadership, taught me this following little nugget and I use it several times a week. “Imagine I’m sitting on your shoulder, you’re going into your meeting and I ask you two questions:
8 tricks to use to be more present: 1)Breathe 2)Coffee Shop Your Availability 3) Set a Timer 4)Disable Email Auto Check 5)Turn Off The Screen 6) Summarize Conversations 7) Ask Open Perspective Questions 8)Give the Why.Read More
Being a successful leader means your character is consistent wherever you are.
Your leadership skills at home and your leadership skills at the office require tools from the same toolbox:Read More
It is not unusual for a person entering a corporate leadership role for the first time tofeel overwhelmed or disoriented. Right now, all you need is the desire to be the best leader for your team.Read More
Do I need a leadership coach. Leadership Coaching is critical to anyone who wants to increase their performance in business. Someone else has already spent their 10,000+ hours in learning the mechanics of leadership.Read More