When “Half Cookie” Integrity Results In a Leadership Disaster

To protect your integrity as a leader, don’t focus only on the big, obvious temptations. Watch out for the subtle deceptions. Think of it this way. Have you ever made a personal commitment to lose weight, or to simply eat healthier, only to come across a steaming, fresh-out-of-the-oven plate of chocolate chip cookies? You knew…

10 Qualities of the Leaders I Want on My Team

The starting place for building an effective “dream team” is in having a crystal clear picture of the qualities you want in the people. If you were to make a list of the attributes you would want on the members of your leadership team you would likely include such characteristics as: Go-getter.Someone who ‘makes it…

5 Judgement-Crushers to Avoid When Leading In A Crisis

Leading in and through a turbulent season requires extraordinary judgement. You must be able to make quick decisions and to respond to ever-shifting circumstances. Without good judgement, you simply can’t have good crisis leadership. Because good judgement is the key to unlocking good decisions. Good judgement allows you to size up a challenging situation, and…