After Success, Four Ways To Keep The Momentum Going
You did it. You and your team set out to create change—whether it be implementing a new process, launching a new product, or transforming your organization’s culture—and you did it. Congratulations! But now what? Now you must find new ways to build on what has been achieved and extend the impact of what has been...Read
Facing Up To Your Darkest Leadership Moment (And Coming Out On Top)
As a leader, you will likely face many dark moments. One will stand as the darkest, and it will take your supreme resolve to shift away from the fear of failure toward a place of knowing that change can successfully be achieved. The Supreme Ordeal is the fifth phase of the Heroic Journey of the Leader.* This is the time...Read
How You Will Grow on Your Heroic Leadership Journey
The Journey is the fourth phase of the Heroic Journey of the Leader.* As you can imagine, it encompasses the majority of your adventure in terms of time and effort. As the leader, the challenges you encounter on your Journey will be the best problems you have ever had. Each setback will be an opportunity to eliminate what is...Read
Lead Positive in the News!
Since we launched Lead Positive: What Highly Effective Leaders See, Say, and Do in March, I have been working hard to get the message out. In the past month, I have been fortunate enough to have been featured in a number of esteemed outlets, which I’d like to share with you today. Click on the...Read
Why Does Your Vision Matter?
Forbes.com recently published a list by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) of the 25 companies where top millennials most want to work. According to the list, healthcare companies and US government agencies are the most sought after. “These millennials have a passion for helping other people,” said NSHSS CEO James Lewis. In...Read
The Key to Employee Engagement? Appreciating Effort
Research shows that what employees want the most is: to be seen, to be heard, to be recognized, and to make a contribution. It’s not hard to see how fulfilling the first three items can lead to employees doing more of the fourth. If you want to help someone learn something—particularly anything that is complex...Read