Category Archive: Taking others higher

Too much honor?

I’ve heard concern that too much honor may de-motivate volunteers and employees.  If you give people too much praise they’ll lose passion and get fat and lazy. They’ll settle into the notion your organization… Continue reading

Leaders lift others

Self-made is a myth. You and I stand on the shoulders of lifters. People that shaped us and helped us believe in something more. My personal list of lifters includes too many to name… Continue reading

Tough talk

The truth can be unsettling and disturbing. According to John Spence one of the four biggest leadership challenge executives face is talking about tough issues. Why don’t leaders talk about tough issues #1.… Continue reading

You want something new but you’re afraid

Yesterday I had a conversation with a person who longs for something more than what they are currently doing. They feel trapped. Current responsibilities wall them in. They fear taking a leap into… Continue reading

From us to others

Stop in, you could win. To qualify for one of three free, signed copies of “Awesomely Simple” by John Spence, go to yesterdays blog and leave a comment. I’m drawing names this Saturday,… Continue reading

Delegation

Announcement: This Wednesday, August 11, 2010 I’m reviewing “Awesomely Simple” and the author John Spence is giving away three signed copies. ***** Last week I began the process of delegating an internal marketing… Continue reading