Leadership requires human interaction and human interaction is all about behaviors. Leaders who behave their way to success… – Build powerful teams, – Leverage their strengths and – Achieve results while adapting to changing conditions.
Recently I had the honor and privilege to participate in a digitally recorded audio interview with the Dean of NFL Referees Jim Tunney and successful business owner Stephen F. Skinner. Our wonderful host, Phil R. Taylor facilitated a discussion on the importance of self-control to achieving success. After our session, I spent some time reflecting on the […]
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Leadership Team Development Articles During my research on leadership and team development this week I came across three articles you may find beneficial in your continued growth. Please let me know what your thoughts and how you plan to apply what you learned. Thank you for considering my request. 1. Here’s the leadership strategy Nike’s […]
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Just this week I came to the realization that life is nothing more than a series of problem solving activities. This led me to list the problems life has presented me. As you might imagine some I caused by poor choices and others fell into my lap by the choices of others. Next, I identified […]
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I saw a cartoon earlier this week of a leader sharing the following with his employees: “I want you to critically think and continuously innovate as long as you do things my way.” Thankfully, leaders like General George S. Patton know that micromanagement will not sustain success.
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