Michael Phelps, the most successful and most decorated Olympians of all time, could not have achieved his level of success without his coach, Bob Bowman. Continue reading Most Leaders Epically FAIL at This Performance-Driving Skill
Everyone wants immediate results, but that’s rarely the case, regardless of whether you’re attempting to lose weight, improve revenue, or develop as a leader. That’s because results, especially the ones with a lasting impact, are the byproduct of doing the right things each and every day. Continue reading Strong Signs Your Best Leadership Year is Right Around the Corner
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
Most professionals start their managerial role thinking their new job is a blessing, but it quickly turns into a burden. Which one is it for you and how can you make your job more of a blessing? Continue reading Is Being a Manager a Burden or a Blessing?
One of the most popular questions I get all the time is, “what’s the difference between a manager and a leader?” While there are many differences I think comes down to one simple word… Continue reading What’s the Difference Between a Manager and a Leader?