4 Ways You Can Win the War on Worry

The energy leaders waste on worrying can be one of the greatest obstacles to their overall effectiveness. “What if we don’t hit our numbers?” “Supposing the new program launch isn’t successful?” These worries, and countless others like them, can dominate the thinking of leaders. But as a leader, you must maintain the discipline to avoid needless…

4 Ways Great Leaders Mine for Emerging Top Talent

As a leader, nothing you do will ensure long-term success like finding and developing emerging leadership talent. Effective leaders are like gold-miners, always looking for the next “rising star” on the team. Rising stars are those members of your team who are exhibiting ever-increasing passion, desire and, most importantly, results. So, how do you actually spot…

How To Pull Decision Delays Out Of The Ditch

In leadership, a delayed decision can be worse than no decision at all. Have you ever seen a decision-making process go so horribly wrong that you really wondered if anything could pull it out of the ditch? It’s an excruciating sight to witness. Facts are being gathered, discussions are being held, research is being conducted,…

How to Avoid the Wreckage of Distracted Leadership

Effective leadership requires clarity of thought. To make the timely decision, to accurately assess a complex situation, or to quickly respond to a team dysfunction, the leader must be fully dialed in and singularly focused on the issue at hand. Our world today is demanding a stop to the dangerous practice of “distracted driving”. When…