Why Great Leaders Look for What Isn’t Obvious

Why Great Leaders Look for What Isn’t Obvious

Why Great Leaders Look for What Isn’t Obvious At this time of year, many are considering, and re-considering past decisions. As often as we may refer to scorecards and key indicators, they don’t tell us everything and what they don’t tell us is as important as what...
The Psychology of Self-Reflection

The Psychology of Self-Reflection

The Psychology of Self-Reflection The tradition of creating goals at this time of year is widespread and often they come with statements of resolve. This week, literally millions of articles about resolutions will be published. What we know from studying how people...
Delegation – It’s Not What You Think

Delegation – It’s Not What You Think

Delegation – It’s Not What You Think Over and over again, executives, managers and team leaders express that they are over-whelmed, over-scheduled, and just plain, over it.Every possible reason, real or imagined is given for their situation. Often people express deep...
How To Stand Out When You Aren’t On Stage

How To Stand Out When You Aren’t On Stage

How To Stand Out When You Aren’t On Stage It is common and even popular to be cynical about business and what it takes to progress in one’s career.Far from what is depicted in Dilbert cartoons, I have the privilege of working with leaders and talented people who are...

Don’t Blame Brené Brown For The Vulnerability Craze

Don’t Blame Brené Brown For The Vulnerability Craze The word vulnerability is used and bandied about in a manner that assumes it is a universal good. It isn’t. When a leader is vulnerable in a way that is honest and appropriate, it is powerful and often constructive...