My Leadership Challenge For You

Here's my challenge to all leaders in 2013:

WHO will you be?

It's a great time of the year for all of us to reflect on where we've been and where we want to go. The trap that most leaders fall into is that they often reflect on the WHAT and the HOW without considering WHO they are as leaders.  For example, they ask -   WHAT do I want to accomplish this year? WHAT are my goals? And, HOW will I achieve those goals?

Leadership and General Petraeus

I received the following email from a participant in a recent leadership development program.

Last Chance to Register for Ignite Leadership Training Seminar

Leadership training bookJust a quick reminder that today is the last day to register for Ignite Leadership Launch. And remember, it is complimentary if you purchase Ignite! on Amazon and present a valid receipt.

Contributions Matter

If I only had one tip or piece of advice to share about leadership, I would say, "Let people know that their contributions matter."

Thanksgiving is an opportunity to be grateful for what you have and to recognize others for the contributions they have made to you, your team and organization.

Senior Leadership Shifts

One of the challenges that senior leaders often have is that they are rewarded and recognized based on the success of their functional area. But, often times, senior leaders are asked to be an engaged member of a leadership team. This requires a shift in an individual leader's attitudes, skills, and perspectives that is difficult for many leaders to make. Which ones apply to you? 

Veteran's Day Represents the Best of Leadership

Veteran's Day to me represents the best of what leadership is truly about...

Upcoming Leadership Training Programs - Boulder and Denver, Colorado

Here are a few exciting leadership training programs we are offering in the Denver and Boulder, Colorado areas. 

Everything DiSC Management Webinar

Everything DiSC Management - Bring Out the Best in Each Employee

What is the purpose of this webinar?

Leadership Behaviors and Characteristics

We just completed a three-month leadership training and development program with a client in Colorado. During one of our sessions together, the participants identified leadership behaviors and characteristics of leaders in their lives who have made the biggest impact. 

Take a look at see how you stack up. 

Tension Between Micromanagement and Accountability

In several of my recent team building and leadership development programs, I've noticed a tension between accountability and micromanagement.

On one hand the leader believes he is holding his team members accountable, and on the other hand team members see the leader as micromanaging.

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