Monthly Archive: February, 2013

Mastering Leadership Relationships

People look to leaders when things aren’t working. Not working: In less than three years, nearly 300 of Campbell Soup Company’s 350 global leaders had either left on their own or were asked to leave.… Continue reading

13 Power Tips for Leading Through Uncertainty

It’s certain that we live in uncertain times. 13 Power Tips for Leading through Uncertainty: Pull with – not against, higher ups. Grab the rope and pull, even if you disagree. Everyone who… Continue reading

The Secret to Frustration’s Guidance

Leaders who hurry always neglect people. If leadership is about people why rush like it’s about tasks? But, when rushing is required, never rush alone. Mentor as you go. Enable future replacements. Work… Continue reading

The Real Secrets to Creating Ownership

No one cares like an owner. But, the more you own the less they own. Image source No one wants to own what you own too. Individuals take ownership, you can’t give it.… Continue reading

Three Qualities Traditional Leaders Reject

Image source by Petr Kratochvil Regurgitating and recycling what you already know bores others, antiquates leadership, and destroys organizations. Get out of yourself before you shrivel and die. Growth, innovation, and future-building centers… Continue reading

The Top 10 Performance Factors for Teams

Image source by Vojko Kalan Memo to the new team, 2/23/13: Raise your hand if you love wasting time on: Meaningless drivel. Frustrating stagnation. Superficial relationships. Worthless discussions. Trivial decisions. Mediocre results. Mundane… Continue reading