Good leaders discover what they are good at. Great leaders discover what others are good at. I often get asked about my recommendations on to how to discover what others are good at. I thought I would share some of
Servant leadership is a powerful model that has guided how I lead for years. I learned about it in the Army, observing others in action. I believe this world would be a better place if more people adopted this approach
Have you thanked your piano player lately? I was at a wonderful event recently where a world renown singer gave a wonderful concert accompanied by a marvelously talented piano player. After his performance, the host went on stage and thanked
I remember vividly as a young lieutenant being in charge of a establishing a field testing site for soldiers. We then executed the actual test that would determine their potential for promotion to the next rank. Upon completion of the
Does your organization suffer from: high turnover, lack of trust, low morale, excessive politics, illegal or unethical employee conduct? If so, then culture is likely at the heart of the issue. A winning culture can not only help prevent these
I have been part of many high, and some not-so-high, performing teams in my 32 years in the Army and 5 years in the civilian work force. I can personally attest to these seven fundamentals. They were derived from
Trust and Character – Critical Elements in Developing Yourself as a Leader The cost of low trust between employees and leaders, and consumers and business is staggering, according to a host of studies by Gallup, Forbes, Washington Post, Maritz, MasteryWorks,
This book is a wonderful vehicle to help people learn servant leadership. By watching the lead character learn and grow, one learns how to apply the same lessons in their own life.