Are These Judgement-Crushers Hurting Your Decisions?

One of the most important weapons in any leader’s arsenal is good judgement. Good judgement allows you to size up a challenging situation, and to make the right call. Good judgement allows you to examine a fork-in-the-road moment and to discern the appropriate path. And because good judgement is so vital a component in leadership,…

5 Outdated Axioms That Can Be Hurting Your Leadership

What you believe as a leader will ultimately determine who you become as a leader. Unfortunately, the beliefs that many leaders cling to are not only outdated, but they can severely limit the growth potential of a leader who subscribes to these ideas. Here are five of the most commonly held leadership beliefs that could…

10 Ways Leaders Become ‘Grandmasters’

Leadership is a lot like a game of chess. Like a grandmaster in chess, the best leaders have an uncanny ability to look several moves ahead. They anticipate changes; some well down the road and adapt accordingly. Watch a grandmaster chess champion in action and you’ll see what I mean. Unlike pedestrian players, like me,…

One Leadership Blog You’ll Read NOT about Resolutions

There are hundreds of posts readily available today to help you set new leadership targets for 2018. Today, I want to ask you a very different leadership question: “Is my soul in a better place today than it was a year ago?” For 365 days you’ve been doing the hard work of leadership. You’ve been:…