Most people who move into a management position get there because they were an excellent performer in their previous role. Continue reading Managers Must Pass Through These 4 Levels of Leadership to Be Successful
There are many entrepreneurial and leadership success stories in the world–but there may be none better than Starbucks and Howard Schultz. He gave some incredible leadership advice to anyone managing a team. Continue reading Starbucks Founder Says This is the Most Undervalued Characteristic of Leadership
The realities of commuting, employee demands, and cost have flipped the traditional work model on its head and have even forced some of my own team to work remotely.
The latest research shows a 115 percent increase in telecommuting over the past 10 years, and that 43 percent of the U.S. workforce currently works remotely–meaning there are a lot of organizational leaders leading remote teams. Continue reading 3 Questions Remote Leaders Ask Their Team Every Week
In a survey of over 3,000 employees and chief financial officers in 2016, integrity was highlighted by both groups as the most important attribute in a leader. Continue reading 4 Reasons Why You Must Lead With Integrity
I used to think “culture” was a buzzword. I used to think culture wasn’t as important as the strategy and execution. I heard Peter Drucker’s quote a thousand times, but I didn’t really believe it. Then everything changed… Continue reading 5 Ways Bad Leaders Wreck Their Culture
The vast majority of professionals get promoted into management roles without any prior experience or training on how to effectively lead other people. This kind of approach would be fine if the job was putting mail in mailboxes, but managing other people has massive effects on peoples’ lives. Continue reading 4 Simple Steps to Be a Better Manager
Here are four reasons you will quit but don’t leave and who’s to blame. Continue reading 4 Reasons You Will Quit Your Job But Not Leave
There aren’t many things worse than having a bad manager. Not only does it make you dislike your job but it’s extremely demotivating to come into work every day. It leads to constant thoughts of changing jobs and quitting. Continue reading 10 Reasons Managers Fail and What You Can Do About It
There are leadership lessons all around us if we just look. One great place to learn from is the world of sports. The building, coaching and leading an athletic team has so many similarities to leading an organization or team in the workplace.
One sport that provides many great examples is college football. Continue reading 2 Great Leadership Lessons from Nick Saban and Scott Frost
The vast majority of companies are set up as hierarchical organizations. While there is nothing inherently wrong with this structure, we have started to see a shift towards a more ‘network’ oriented approach Continue reading A Simple Idea to Make Your Hierarchical Organization Work Much Better