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STOP! You Keep Hiring the SAME Person!

Have you ever wondered why it seems like you keep hiring different people who do the job the same way? I bet you’ve thought to yourself that you’ll eventually find the “right person” to fill that position. Not so fast…Insanity is loosely defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results., … Continue reading

Time to Grow, Leader

It has been proven that people are happier and more fulfilled when we are learning and growing. Some even say that when we cease learning, we cease living.  There are endorphins in the brain that are released that cause a state of euphoria and well-being when we have mastered a new task. So why don’t … Continue reading

Leadership Qualities–Empowerment

Of all the things that leaders can do to cripple their organizations, disabling their employees’ ability to think creatively about solving problems is one of the worst. Forcing employees to hide behind rigid, cookie-cutter policies and solutions doesn’t serve anyone’s best interest–not the company’s, not the employee’s and certainly not the customer’s.  Employees should be … Continue reading

Leader Knowledge, blog post, Making great leadership decisions

Get Advisors, Not “Yes Men”

OK, so I’ve been talking to leaders in various industries who operate in different capacities.  One of the most common topics is relative to constructing a strong board of advisors (So many sub-topics…I think this’ll be a series).  The thinking goes that if you do not know how to do something or need help on … Continue reading

Manager or Leader–Who are You?

Are you a manager or a leader?   How do you know?  What is a manager?  What is a leader?  How do they differ? This series of questions has been asked so many times, so many different ways. Yet the answer, as complex as it may sound, is rather simple. Managing is NOT leading and … Continue reading

Help Them Follow You–Part 2

OK, so if you’ve been following along, here are more ways to keep your pack following you… Make a decision.  Other than having a clueless leader, an indecisive one is probably the worst thing that could happen to anyone.  Don’t be afraid to make a decision.  A lot of leading is based in gut decision … Continue reading

Help Them Follow You

All too often, we hear the stories of the fallen leader. You know…the one that usually does something unethical or otherwise dumb and ends up in a very public fall from grace.  “We don’t know what happened”, they say.  “He/she seemed like such a great person”.  No one can pinpoint exactly what went wrong or … Continue reading

Leadership…A Journey Into One’s Self

For years, scholars and others who study leadership have debated whether leaders are born or made. Does being an effective leader require one to be born with certain intangible, unteachable traits? Are there “skills” that can be taught to anyone that will enable him or her to become an extraordinary leader? The deeper we dig … Continue reading