Tag Archive: organizational success

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

Demoted in Two Weeks

Thinking about it is harder than doing it. I asked Fred (not his real name) for the secret to successful leadership and he talk about dealing with tough issues. The way you address… Continue reading

7 Ways to Solve the Sour Puss Problem

Anyone can be a sour puss. Some leaders are just too important to smile. Sad faces don’t inspire confidence. Successful leaders smile even while facing serious challenges. Sad leaders are: Self-important. Isolated. Power hungry.… Continue reading

The Editor of Forbes on Grit

If you’re not pretty or smart don’t worry. Intelligence doesn’t determine success. Emotional intelligence is more important than general intelligence, but hard work is more important than both. Just get dirty and do the… Continue reading

7 Ways to Survive Dissatisfaction

The trouble with wanting more is disappointment with what you have and frustration with what you don’t have. How you deal with lack of resources and falling short determines the direction and quality of… Continue reading

12 Ways to Express Remarkable Boldness

Don’t admire babies in adult bodies who get what they want by throwing their weight around. You might look at them and wish you had more boldness. Don’t. Juvenile leaders boldly demand that others… Continue reading