Tag Archive: Leadership Development

7 Ways to Enhance Relevance and Increase Influence

You spend the first part of the journey fitting in and pleasing others. In the process you lose relevance. The thing that makes you “other” is the thing that makes you relevant. Fitting in… Continue reading

4 Ways to Energize Through Coaching

Telling-leaders drain and disengage. Coaching-leaders energize. Energize through coaching: #1. Assume others know: Others don’t know everything, but they know something. What do you know about this situation? What’s important about this situation? Where… Continue reading

How to Find Your Great Contribution

Every act of service enhances your worth. As time passes, if you’re fortunate, you’ll make meaningful contributions to growing numbers of individuals, organizations, and communities. The more competent you become the more opportunities you… Continue reading

10 Essentials for Exponential Growth

Every time you accept an unsatisfying present you shrivel and die a little. You don’t have to change everything. But, you have to change something. Stop thinking about growth and get busy growing.… Continue reading

3 Surprising Secrets to Finding Your Next Level

Powerful impact requires self-development. Those who make a difference trust their talent, expand their skill, and develop their strength. Lack of self-development is lost potential. Self-development isn’t selfish when you’re dedicated to serving… Continue reading

How to Stop Telling People What to Do

Traditional managers expect compliance. Coaching-managers expect engagement, creativity, responsibility, and ownership. People who’ve been controlled often prefer compliance over participation. “Just tell me what to do,” is a cop out. Some prefer being… Continue reading