Music can move us, make us smile, bring back memories – both good and bad – and many other things. Today, I plan to show you how music can help make you a better leader. Everyone has a connection to at least some music; everyone has favorite songs, genres and more. In this article, I […]
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Even if it all feels warm and wonderful, your team needs you to remove roadblocks. If they’re frustrated with stupidity in the organization, they’re frustrated with you. Sure, they appreciate the check-ins about their kid’s soccer victories. And they want you to prepare them for the next promotion. But, if you’re not out there with […]
If you are a manager, I’m sure the title of this post got your attention. Because if you are a manager, you have had to deal with conflicts; between your team members, with people across the organization, and perhaps even between others and yourself. And if you have had those experiences, chances are you’d love […]
Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. Our November Festival is all about gratitude. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month, in celebration of the launch of the new Star Wars: the Force Awakens movie we’re going to give you two options. […]
I published an article a month ago, about how our international move altered the path I thought I was on to my big dream. In that post I shared how much I trust in this altered path, even though it doesn’t make complete sense yet. About the time I published that article I heard this […]
Guest post By John Sweeney: Innovation is foundational to business leadership. We empower individuals across disciplines to evaluate, orchestrate, strategize, create and hire, but most importantly, we empower others to innovate. Many leaders may consider empowerment a handoff – a simple process of delegating work. For the most process-oriented tasks, that assumption may be true. […]
Today I want to talk about going from GOOD to GREAT, with lessons from the book by the same name, authored by Jim Collins. It’s timeless, and has sold millions of copies around the world. I first read the book in one of my university business courses and it’s one I revisit often. Good to […]
Trying to promote change and innovation? Keep the end in mind with a robust, vivid, compelling vision that you keep front and center. It can unleash innovation and be a touchstone, barometer and guide for what and how things get done. When you have a robust vision of the future, it opens up possibilities. […]
Kevin Eikenberry is a world renowned leadership expert, a two-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer, coach, leader, learner, husband and father. He was recently recognized by Inc.com as one of the top 100 Leadership & Management thinkers in the World.
Charlie Brown. He is one of the best-known fictional characters of the last 75 years (though he first appeared in a different strip earlier, the first Peanuts Strip was published October 2, 1950). He is known by many as a lovable loser, has been often bullied, and called names (“You Blockhead, Charlie Brown!”). Charles Schultz, […]