4 Risks that Exaggeration Poses to Your Leadership

How many of these statements, or statements like them, have you used; “That was the best (event, class, earnings quarter, meeting) we’ve ever had!” “This promises to be the best (baptism service, board retreat, youth outreach, stockholders meeting) ever!” “There is an unbelievable sense of momentum and excitement building in our (church, company, ministry, club)!”…

How Leaders Know When to Cash-in “Change Chips”

Just before you pull the trigger on that change you want to introduce, ask yourself, “Is this worth cashing in my chips?” Leaders know that they possess a certain number of “change chips”. These chips are made up of credibility, respect, authority, good will and other essential intangible ingredients. Leaders carry these chips around in…