Leadership is weird. On one hand, being a strategic part of proactive and effective organizational transformation and change is exciting and invigorating. But on the…View More Leadership and Fish Vomit
What if … a group of diverse community influencers gathered together to share their leadership challenges, and worked together to identify innovative and sustainable next…View More Mutual Mentoring
We were on a family camping trip this last weekend, and I experienced an unexpected leadership lesson. I noticed it after it happened, of course,…View More Axiom #4: Leaders are Open to Other’s Ideas
Let me inject some spiritual perspective into this series about leadership lessons that I have learned. 🙂 A number of years ago as I was…View More Axiom #3: Leaders Have a Clear Sense of Calling
Raise your hand if you have ever attended a pointless meeting. We’ve all been in meetings where the most excitement was when the notification light…View More Axiom #2: Leaders Lead Meetings with Purpose
Inspired by The Book of Even More Awesome, my goal is to spend a few minutes every couple of days and write about various leadership…View More Axiom #1: Leaders Step Up, not Out
Are your life and leadership responsibilities overwhelming you? Does it feel like “I’m too busy” is your permanent state of mind? Do you long for…View More How to Get More Done. Really!
Last week I ran in my very first road race ever. For some reason, I waited until I was 44 years old to run my…View More Running, leadership and “following the plan”
This last month, I’ve read Renegades Write the Rules, One Big Thing, and I’ve signed up with Klout. Why? I’m also on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn,…View More Is Online Influence Important? Why?
A couple of months ago, I attended a seminar by James Glavin, in which he suggested that many of us in leadership have been operating…View More Do You Know Your Planning Style?