There’s a secret ingredient to the “special sauce” of building a business that so many of us tend to overlook as we hustle our way to success, but without it we risk never reaching our business goals and, even worse, losing touch with ourselves in the process. What is it? Radical self love. Self love. […]
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Guest post by Marcia Reynolds, PsyD “Leaders boldly go where no one has ever gone before.” Is this true? Rarely. The more successful a leader becomes, the less likely he or she chooses to step into the unknown. Although I have seen the words, “Embracing ambiguity,” on the list of leadership competencies for many companies […]
| “Performance feedback and coaching shouldn’t just happen once a year during a formal performance review. In order to create real, measurable, and meaningful change, it is also important to supplement those formal, documented meetings with continuous, informal coaching that is delivered as things happen.”Read over at About.com Management and Leadership to find out how.
To help answer this frequently asked question, I brought in the best expert I know in managing and resolving conflict. Check it out in my latest episode of Remarkable TV. When Leaders Should Get Involved in Conflict You can learn more about the Conflict Confidence workshops . If you have a question that you’d like […]
Tonight after dinner, I cuddled with my son as he read to me as a part of his bedtime routine. When he was done, he looked up at me and told me I’m his hero. All I did was close my laptop, put my arm around him and listen, but to him, it really mattered. […]
Crying at work is in the news again. The latest incident involved New York Giant’s Wide receiver . Cruz’s unfortunate injury reignited the debate over the appropriateness of not only crying in sports (“”), but crying at work. Read my latest post over at About.com Management and Leadership for tips on
There are all sorts of boundaries in our lives. Boundaries define the playing field for most sports. Fences provide boundaries for homes and farms. Walls keep people in, or out. These are obvious and clear boundaries. There are others that while we know they exist, there isn’t a physical line of demarcation. The boundaries in […]
By John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut Who doesn’t want to be more influential? More influential as a friend, as a parent, as a spouse (or potential spouse)? Or more to the point of this blog, as a professional and a leader? If you really don’t want to be more influential, feel free to click away […]
Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. Our October Festival is all about Achieving Breakthrough Results. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of for the great pic and to all our contributors! Culture and Teamwork “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” – Michael Jordan Organizations have many walls that hamper culture, development, […]
A little bit of soapbox this morning. I was reminded yesterday of one of my pet peeves – taking surveys or asking for input and not using it. This is one of the best ways to get people to shut up and shut down. If you continue to ask and not act you’ll completely stop […]