Tag Archive: Growth

How to Change Lives with Two Words

Tell people they’re inadequate long enough and they’ll believe it. Undermine their confidence with constant correction, tweaking, and complaints and they’ll pull back. Fill people with confidence and they’ll act with boldness. Believe:… Continue reading

A Surprising Way to Connect with Your Team

Feeling alone is the result of isolation. Those who feel misunderstood live behind self-protective barriers that keep others out. Once a month I meet with a group of leaders to strengthen connections, clarify… Continue reading

5 Essentials for Developing Remarkable Leaders

It hurts when those around you don’t believe in you. Leaders sell themselves short when they undervalue those around them. The first step toward leadership is believing you matter; believing in someone else… Continue reading

7 Ways Immature Leaders Grow Up

Everyone’s been hurt by leaders who need to grow up. Immature leaders always destroy relationships, hamper performance, and increase frustration. Poor performance is often a matter of immaturity, not lack of knowledge. Immature… Continue reading

You didn’t Mean to Upset Anyone

You didn’t mean to make them mad, but they are. You were just trying to make things better. Its the absolute worst when doing your best upsets others. Fasten your seat-belt. It happens all… Continue reading

The Seven Qualities of Perfect Teammates

Those who aren’t irritating aren’t fully known. Everyone is irritating. They either do things that bug you, or, they leave something undone, and that bugs you. What does a perfect teammate look like? Perfect… Continue reading