People either don’t have a vision or their self-image will not allow it to become a reality. Some notable examples of those with both vision and self-image include Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Steve Jobs and Henry Ford. Every one of these examples had a vision that they owned, and, equally importantly, carried the deep belief… Read more »
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Speaking leader to leader, we must: Understand the nature of our ego This, to a great extent, determines our natural leadership style. Accept the nature of our ego This means accepting both what you like and don’t like and recognizing what is real. Acceptance comes from the heart not the head. Support our ego right… Read more »
If you don’t believe you have an ego you really don’t understand yourself. And, if you don’t understand yourself, you cannot accept yourself. And if you don’t accept yourself you will have trouble creating the support you need to keep your goals alive and well. If learning more about this intrigues you continue reading. If… Read more »
As the leader of your company, department or your life, have you STOPPED and done your first review of the young year? Did You Ask Yourself These 3 Key Questions? Did I present my game plan so those people I need to help me achieve it are clear about what needs to be done and… Read more »
Scenario 1: A bunch of 6-year-olds get together to play their first game of baseball. None of them knows the rules of the game, how to run bases, get anyone out, what position to play, how to hit the ball, or what to do next if they manage to connect. The coach is going bonkers! What… Read more »
Leader-to-Leader December is usually a very tough month due to fewer working days, the holidays and all the personal things one must do. However, speaking leader-to-leader, here are three things I think we all need to do: Take care of business…all the day-to-day tactical stuff and wow our clients in the here and now. Do… Read more »
We absolutely/positively must complete this year well (take care of business), get our strategic initiatives (continuous improvement projects) completed, and design a super game plan (be it individual, departmental, or company), so we can enroll the support we need to have a successful next year. It takes time to do this well, so let’s start… Read more »
1. Have a clearly stated game plan built on your business culture. Why? No one can successfully play any game if they don’t know the rules or how the game is to be played. Culture is the foundation of any business or life for that matter. Business culture needs to be put first and foremost… Read more »
Customers Are Your Only Source of Job Security From New Work Habits for a Radically Changing World By Price Pritchett Your security and that of your company depends on how valuable you are to your company’s customers. The better you serve them, the better you protect your career. This heightens the importance of knowing precisely… Read more »
A Special Event for ADVANCED LEADERS You’re Skilled at Your Craft … Now is the Time to Become a More Skilled Leader Using this model and your natural leadership style, you can develop into the leader you want to be. Who: Designed for Advanced Leaders who are committed to developing themselves and others and who… Read more »
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