As business and society evolve at a breakneck pace, our personal leadership brand is even more critical than ever before.
Here is the second installation of what will eventually be the entire book. Leaders aren't leaders without followers.
We have broken the book down into small portions in the hope that you would enjoy a quick read and get something of value for your leadership life.
As Bob David would say...Stop being a boss and start being a leader who builds cultures!
It is the issue, problem, concern, idea or simple feeling we have while we ramble, get emotional and spin into endless POP psychological or self-therapy.
What a leader does is the translation of what the leader believes, people who firmly ingrain a core belief system, good or bad, live and lead to those ingrained beliefs.
There are plenty of other powerful words that we use to express ourselves without resorting to profanity. As a leader and a student of leadership, here are ten of my favorite simple but high impact four-letter words.
Phil Rigorous's story continues. His 360 Feedback assessment results are in, what will he do with the information.
Consider the ripple effect of leadership in your organization and to you personally. We've all tossed a stone into the water and been fascinated by the visible rings and the potential power of that one act that forces water outward.
Sometimes the best way for leaders to face up to realities is by getting feedback from others through a 360 assessment.
You've probably heard of the sandwich generation, consisting of those who are responsible for the care of two generations at the same time. But what is a good leader to do in the middle of this generational sandwich?
What are those intangible qualities that make someone a great leader? There are no special tricks or technique and no gimmicks or lists, it's actually the simple stuff that makes the difference.
Some people have natural leadership ability and others can develop that ability with the right attitude and effort.
In our extrovert-centered world, those of us who are introverted are often misunderstood and uninterested in high-level leadership opportunities that require constant interaction.
how do great teams learn how to perform at a high level? Usually, it's a combination of strong leadership, effective coaching, and of course, willing and able players.'