Watch Your Step

Watch Your Step

The other day I had the opportunity to listen in on a group call hosted by one of my mentors. He made a statement which stopped me in my tracks. “If you ask anyone who has been active in this organization for the past 2 years what parts of their lives have changed,...
Building High Performing Teams

Building High Performing Teams

Recently, I was with a client who was lamenting the condition of the manufacturing operation within his organization. He commented they had almost 60 orders which were on the backlog list. For some reason, this organization who prides themselves on fulfilling orders...
A Leader’s Most Valuable Time of The Day

A Leader’s Most Valuable Time of The Day

As I work with leaders in all types and sizes of organizations, a chief concern on their minds much of the time is whether they are focused on the right things. My hypothesis is that the reason for this concern stems from the “real-time” nature of the world we live...
6 Signs You May Be Burning Out

6 Signs You May Be Burning Out

  With all the external influences we are bombarded with in our highly connected world, I have started to see more of my clients and friends come close to burnout. With this in mind, here are some signs of excessive and prolonged stress to look for in your own...

Trust Is The Minimum To Lead

I recently came across some commentary on trust by Dr. Henry Cloud, a noted leadership expert and clinical psychologist whom I greatly respect. Dr. Cloud emphasizes how trust is the minimum character requirement necessary to lead any group effectively. In previous...