4 Clear Ways to Avoid Decision Disasters

“If you’re not clear who is supposed to be holding the decision key, things will get very fuzzy, very fast.” That piece of leadership insight from a trusted mentor has helped me navigate some tricky leadership waters for many years. Because if you want to avoid a decision disaster, it’s all about knowing who is…

Confident Or Arrogant? 10 Ways Leaders Must Be Sure

People want to follow confidence, not arrogance. There’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance, but it’s a line that effective leaders dare not cross if they want to be a leader worth following. Confidence is achieved when a track record of competence, experience and wisdom all comes together. The result is a compelling sense of boldness…