Lifting the Quality of Life: In Search of Good Conversation

Published: January 3, 2017

No matter what work you do, with a galaxy of friends or family around you, the quality of your life will be enhanced with good conversation.  Conversation is an exchange of ideas by people willing to learn and laugh at each other.  Good conversation makes life more valuable.  Enhance the relationships that you touch with […]

Business Innovators Radio Interview

Published: March 1, 2016

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Leadership and the Movies

Published: April 1, 2014

What are the great movies about leadership? I’m talking about movies that demonstrate leadership choices, not simply movies about great men or women. Leadership is really about moving people, making hard decisions, and inspiring us. All of these issues have been tackled by the movies.   Last year movie about Abraham Lincoln was released, several […]

Leaders work to support the organization

Published: February 14, 2014

    How does a good leader recommend action in the face of change? Consider these two factors: First, how to help the group in the face of change?  Secondly, what will most people accept?  How much change can I sell quickly? Executive Training Needed for Early Intervention Leaders work to help the business (or […]

Show me Productivity

Published: January 21, 2014

Are you a productive person?  Even if you say “yes,” I believe you can press the accelerator for your inclination to action.  Productivity demonstrates that one has intelligence, action, and a will to move. The right “friends” will help you get going, and increase speed. Here are your friends for getting things done: A sense […]

Leaderly Learning: What is important to You?

Published: January 17, 2014

I’ve asked leaders this question a lot over the last year:  “What are your learning goals?”  Here is the contradiction that I heard:  Everyone agreed that learning is important (many told me, “I’m learning every day!”) but only a few could tell me specific learning goals. Why not? Do you have learning goals, and do […]

The Evolving Manager, the Changing Project

Published: January 14, 2014

As people face stress and expand their emotional range, the same people evolve into more capable people.    I believe that we continue to evolve throughout our life.  We become more capable and expand our options. Although less understood, development of character includes moral sensibility, artistic appreciation, interpersonal dynamics and some degree of flexibility. The mature […]

Do you Believe in your Decisions?

Published: January 10, 2014

The person who believes in his or her decisions displays confidence, and assures other people that the road ahead has leadership. If nothing else, the person who wears their decisions well makes a good argument for committed followership. So back up a second – if the person in charge believes in her decisions, how do […]

Burning through the Fog with Leadership Vision

Published: January 7, 2014

Visionary thinking is a success behavior.  That is what I was told by successful people I’ve interviewed for this book.  The person with a vision of the future has a handful of fire – energy that can capture the attention of others, and challenge people to work on something meaningful. A leader with vision inspires […]

Getting to Peak Level Performance

Published: January 3, 2014

 Recently, another writer asked this question, “Are you constantly on the go, 24/7, yet feel like you’re hardly making a dent in your to-do list?”   This dilemma is the age old frustration of Sysphus.  Condemned to push a large stone up a hill, the rock never reaches the summit.  Instead, the rock rolls back down […]

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