We’ve all heard the expression “put your John Hancock on it.” Most of us know this comes from the very distinctive, first signature we see on the actual Declaration of Independence.
What are five things you do now and how does that help lead your team? Leading with the ball.
Views of kindness in leadership. Can leading with kindness actually get results?
Successful managers are good at managing repetitive practices that yield standard results. Successful leaders are good at helping people solve unique problems with unusual, non-standard solutions. To learn this, leaders need to often take “roads less travelled.”
We each share a personal core value we admire, an extraordinary work ethic.
Do you know how to read and use your moral compass? We all have one in our “soul pocket,” but we sometimes forget to use it. Of course each of us have our own unique compass and mine is likely different from yours. But what surprises me often is that we don’t read and use our own compass to make better decisions. While there are many high profile examples of leaders who didn’t use their moral compass, how can you be sure you won’t be next? Our Moral Compass. When I think about a moral compass I think about a [...]