How To Lead Change By Cashing In Your Chips

To introduce significant change, leaders must know when and how to cash in their “change chips”. Leaders possess a certain number of ‘change chips’, made up of credibility, respect, authority, good will and other essential leadership ingredients. You pick up change chips every time you keep your word, share credit with the team, achieve a key…

How To Increase Your Impact by Giving Away Your Leadership

In your leadership, you are either a hoarder, a lender or a giver. And being aware of which type of leader you are will go a long way to determining what kind of impact you’ll have. 1. The hoarding leader This is someone who devours leadership learnings, but keeps it all to themselves. Rather than investing…

How To Harness The Power Of Leadership Intelligence

Leaders must develop skills in planning, vision casting and in execution. But leadership that transforms also pays very close attention to the far more subtle indicators. It’s true that leaders should be able to: Design an effective strategy, Set compelling goals, Execute a plan. But effective leadership also involves paying attention to subtle indicators, such as: Being…

5 Bizarre Leadership Tips That Do More Harm Than Good

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 Unfortunately, the beliefs that many leaders cling to are not only outdated, but they can severely limit the growth potential of a leader who subscribes to these ideas.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 bizarre leadership beliefs that do…