Tag Archive: Leadership Development

Seven Ways to Rise by Letting Go

Frustration is hoping for change while clinging to the past. The first step into your future is letting go of what stopped working.   6 ways to know you R.U.S.T.E.D. and it’s time to let… Continue reading

It Feels Like I’d be a Failure

Everyone knows what they don’t want. Who we want to become is nearly unimaginable when “not wanting” dominates our thinking. Three conversations: An aspiring leader: He confessed he steps on people’s toes. That’s… Continue reading

Well Excuuuuse Me!

Excuse-making is a failure pretending to succeed. No one gets it right all the time. The issue is response. Excuses are the skin of a reason stuffed with a lie. Temptation: A member… Continue reading

Seven Ways Coaching-Managers Get Things Done

All managers get things done through people, the question is how.   7 ways coaching-managers get things done: Connect. Traditional managers believe business is relationships, except when it comes to their own team. Coaching-managers… Continue reading

The Unexpected Secret to Becoming a Superstar

Toddler-leaders say, “I’ll do it myself!” Rejecting help is an arrogant leader’s self-limiting blunder. You prefer giving help, but receiving help is what makes superstars. You may reach high on your own, but… Continue reading

4 Simple Projects that Transform Culture Today

You’re under appreciated and overworked. Bitterness follows ingratitude, the most self-destructive quality of all.   10 reasons you’re ungrateful: #1. Expectation ends gratitude. Results are expected. When you deliver them, someone gives you… Continue reading