“Leaders can only take people as far as they have gone.” This is not new news, but yet sometimes comes as a surprise. The very definition of “leadership” carries the idea that someone must be a little bit more advanced, more knowledgeable, or more experienced. You do not have be first, most important, getting the [...]
Please forgive the poor formatting. I blog from my iPad when I travel and I am unable to format this as I would like. Millennials. Generation Y. Gen iY. Regardless of the moniker, this generation is different. Working in a college setting, I have had the opportunity to witness them (and myself) juxtaposed against Baby [...]
Today’s post is an excellent guest post by Loren Pinilis. What main trait do you think of when you think of a strong leader? Being a visionary? An idea factory? An inspiration? Instantly, our minds are filled with images of leaders such as Steve Jobs who cast dazzling visions that changed the marketplace and [...]
When you lose your temper you lose your credibility, along with any hope that people will want to help you. If you want your voice to be heard…
Communication problems create a minefield of assumptions sure to blast any team, especially one with new leadership. Avoid these six explosive mistakes!
Every time I watch Patch Adams, I am reminded that even the friendliest of dispositions will be challenged by difficult people.
Don’t miss the best of this week! Three articles that will make you a better leader from around the web:
You may have power, but that does not mean you hold all the cards. Is your leadership style fueling the fire?
Before one can lead others, they must first learn to lead themselves. Start your week off right with these 5 Steps to Self-Leadership: