Every leader will face a crisis during their tenure. Times of crisis show the character and integrity of us as individuals and leaders.
The greatest challenge to our own productivity is ourselves. Small changes have the potential for profound impact.
Two weeks ago I posted a picture of myself with my youngest in a baby carrier while working in my home office. (This post can be found on LinkedIn here.) The moment sparked a powerful reflection on my attempt to juggle work-life balance, and how terrible of a job I felt I have been doing. … Continue Reading
A common question I receive from those I coach is how to manage difficult team members, including millennials. The reason this question arises frequently is simple: leading people is hard! Every individuals is unique, responds to different styles, prefers different communication, and more. After working with leaders for years, one powerful solution exists to help you … Continue Reading
Everyone has a dark side. You know what I’m talking about – that part of your personality you try to hide from others. Whether it’s when you get flustered, stressed, bored, disengaged or some other trigger, and another side of you takes over. The next acts can vary: you interrupt others, speak boldly, step on … Continue Reading
One of the opportunities of leadership rests in the ability to raise up the next generation of company leaders. Leaders are given the responsibility to educate and train the future influences in their organization. Many leaders I’ve worked work express challenges empowering teams to take initiative in the workplace. The basic concept involves having worker … Continue Reading