May 30, 2019
I used to think attitude was everything and that positivity was the greatest way to overcome adversity; however, after recently speaking at a Junior Achievement conference in Cordova, Argentina, I’ve adjusted my thoughts.
While attitude is a key ingredient to conflict resolution, it’s important we take our ‘can...
May 23, 2019
As leaders, we like to think big picture and big change, measuring our worth by accomplishment and how many we inspire.
But in business, often the greatest effect we have doesn’t occur in one motion. Rather it’s the accrual of valuing the small things…those seemingly insignificant opportunities to honor a partner,...
May 16, 2019
When it comes to the four keys, one of the common themes in each is proactivity.
To be proactive, a leader must anticipate change and engage challenging situations as they happen. Often we assume the maturity of a leader is based by how he responds to conflict; however, I submit the maturity of a leader is better...
May 9, 2019
As the job market continues to saturate, more and more companies are focusing on their internal culture. By 'internal culture', I mean a comfortable, charismatic environment aimed at attracting and retaining the best talent.
While many view this concept as setting and reaching goals, an internal focus goes well...
May 2, 2019
We are so busy it often leads to poor one on one meetings.
Usually, we get together and just work our way through as many topics as quickly as we can. We only cover the surface of any of those topics and don't make decisions or have conversations of consequence.
Instead, use one on one meetings to go deeper.