Micromanagement is a not only a problem in organizations, it’s a big problem. But I am not telling you anything you don’t know because anyone who has had a boss for an extended period of time can relate to being micromanaged.
The question is, why are we seeing so much of it today? Continue reading Why You Can’t Stop Micromanaging
While most of the really bad examples of leadership I have studied always tie back directly to some financial and health-related issues, there are some less obvious reasons you should be aware of. Continue reading The Real Cost of Lousy Leadership
You could argue our culture has created an elitist mentality around creativity or placed a clear lack of emphasis on exploring, nurturing, and developing an individual’s creative side. Either way, somewhere along the line people start believing they aren’t meant to be creative. Continue reading Why Great Leaders Care About Creativity
For some reason along the way, leaders have forgotten how long it takes for someone to develop their skills. They have made the mistake of expecting their people to deliver results immediately or else moving them to the “expendable” list. Continue reading Why Leaders Must Be More Patient With Employees
Have you ever wondered what separates the good leaders from the great? It’s not raw, natural talent or innate skill. No, it’s something more impactful and difficult to master.
Making the jump from a good leader to a great one begins with a dedication to changing some basic habits. Continue reading 4 Simple Habits All Great Leaders Master
On April 3rd 2018, Villanova Head Coach, Jay Wright, lifted the NCAA National Championship trophy for the second time in three years. While no one can debate his achievements as a great coach, his success was not immediate. Continue reading What You Should Look For In Employees Beyond Talent, According to This Championship Coach
No matter where you fall on the leadership spectrum of a subpar to great, there is good news. It is not too late for you to become a better and more effective example for your people. Continue reading So You’re Not as Good of a Leader as You Thought. Here’s What To Do Next
Acknowledging the positive behaviors someone is exemplifying helps their behaviors become habits and habits become consistent results. Continue reading How Leaders Can Change Behaviors Through Rewards and Recognition
After years of studying, practicing, applying, and writing about what the best leaders do, I am confident in a set of common tips that all leaders of teams should know. If followed, applied, and mastered, these 10 important tips will increase the probability of improving the performance of your team as a whole. Continue reading 10 Critical Tips to Become a Great Leader
It is often thought that accelerated business growth and the development of employees are difficult to achieve simultaneously. Lippert and the team at LCI have disproven this in a big way. Continue reading Why Caring About Your Employees Doesn’t Hurt Profitability