Category Archive: Strengths

The Big Five of Remarkable Leadership

The good news is – with focus, passion, and commitment – you can move toward remarkable leadership. The big five of remarkable leadership: #1. Have enough ego to believe you earned your place… Continue reading

Evolution of a Hater-Leader

Stop hating on people. You may protest, “I don’t hate on people.” Technically, you’re probably right. You don’t literally hate your teammates. But, you do something that feels like hate. Leaders who focus… Continue reading

4 Ways to Fix What’s Wrong with Accountability

The chief end of accountability is nudging people toward their potential by leveraging untapped talent. The secondary end of accountability is getting things done. Who you are comes before what you do. #1. Choose internal before… Continue reading

4 Benefits of Weakness

Strengths take you further than weaknesses, but turning a blind eye to your weaknesses limits your potential. Strength-based leadership is no excuse to ignore the benefits of weakness. Leaders without weakness are: Clueless.… Continue reading

7 Principles of the Pig

If you have a team of pigs, fall in love with bacon. The people on your team reflect the future of your organization. The future begins with who’s on your team, not where… Continue reading

The Question that Taps the Power of Complaining

Just say it, “Everyone sucks at some things.” Call a leadership team meeting to gripe about weaknesses. Write your direct reports’ names on a whiteboard and list their weaknesses. Illustrate the list with behaviors. … Continue reading