Many leaders are great at telling people what to do and coming up with brilliant ideas that need to be implemented. Most have no training on how to facilitate an open conversation that will maximize the wisdom of the group. As a result, you can sabotage the conversation you most want and need to have. Learn what to do instead.
In the United States of America Independence day is celebrated on the 4th of July. An exploration of what is freedom and how can you manifested in your daily life.
Applying neuroscience to leadership begins with an understanding of self. It includes an understanding of how the brain works--your brain and other's brains. After all, Leadership involves interaction with brains. Understanding, leveraging, and welcoming the diversity of people's minds is critical to your success as a leader.
Is there a simple answer to why the failure rate for executives is increasing? The numbers, according to a Harvard Business Review study, point out that 2 out of 5 new CEOs fail in their first 18 months on the job.
ust how much does technology interferes with your leadership? Today’s smartphones enables you to constantly be in contact with the office and access the Internet or the cloud for needed information on the fly. That's good, right?
"It depends" is the answer.
Constant contact and easy access can often overwhelm the positives and make these devices harmful to the leaders’ businesses life and personal life. Today I'm going to share how constant contact can be harmful and then offer some tips on how to use your smartphone smartly.
Gratefulness – the simple response of our heart to this life in all its fullness – goes beyond boundaries of creed, age, vocation, gender, and nation. What does it mean to you?
We are so used to notice the negative and to criticize what is not working well, that we forget how powerful positive words can be. Many studies across disciplines repeatedly confirm: whether in business or in life, positive feedback inspires peak performance. Positive words are powerful!
Recently more than 120 leaders from many places in the USA, Canada, and the world shared with me their perception of what are the 3 main challenges with change. It might surprise you that at the top of the list is The Human Factor. This post shares what I learned.