Monthly Archive: January, 2011

Ignite High Performance Emotions

She said, “I think you want people to be afraid of you.” The higher you go the more serious your face looks. You may mistakenly believe a serious look makes you appear important.… Continue reading

How to toot your own horn?

Image source Successful managers lift, enable, and release others for peak performance and maximum results. But when others succeed, who gets the credit? Don’t think it doesn’t matter who gets the credit, it… Continue reading

The Next Level

Recently promoted from manager to leader? Want to be? Looking to enhance your leadership potential? If yes, I suggest you sit up and pay attention to Scott Eblin’s book, The Next Level. Making it?… Continue reading

The Greatest Leadership Challenges

Last Thursday I asked this question over in the Leadership Freak Coffee Club, “What are the greatest challenges of Leadership?” Here are a few responses from that lively conversation. Stop managing when you… Continue reading

In Over His Head

Today I’m talking with author and executive coach, Scott Eblin, co-founder and president of the Eblin Group. Thursday, I’m reviewing his fascinating book, “The Next Level: What Insiders Know about Executive Success.” I’m… Continue reading

Nasty and don’t know it

Image source. Research shows that people that hurt others with biting remarks and sarcasm don’t realize the pain they cause. In addition, mean people forget the sarcasms, cutting put-downs, and jabbing jokes they’ve… Continue reading