Category Archive: Taking others higher

“L” words for leaders: Leverage, learning, lifting, and letting go

Some conversations leave lasting impressions and this one did. He is a rising star in one of the largest companies in the world. His work has caught the attention of those in the… Continue reading

Identity influences interactions

This is the “I” installment of my “Alphabet for Leaders.” I’m a grandfather with three grandchildren (5, 4, and 1 year). Early on they called me poppi but that’s been shortened to pop.… Continue reading

Getting Serious about Fun

This is the sixth installment in the series I’m calling “Alphabet for Leaders.” Today it’s the letter “F.” Fun = what provides amusement or enjoyment; Playful often boisterous action or speech. People talk… Continue reading

“E’s” for exceptional leadership

This is the fifth installment in the Alphabet for Leaders. Today it’s the letter “E.” ***** Eject any attitudes of entitlement and elitism where leaders build empires rather than equipping employees to exercise… Continue reading

The best “B” word for leaders – Better

This is the second installment in the Alphabet for Leaders. Today it’s the letter “B.” ***** Don’t brag about talents, aptitudes, abilities, education, achievements, or business relationships. Tell me this one thing about… Continue reading

Three A’s that energize others

Everyone thinks about themselves. However, noble leaders think about themselves in unique ways. They think about living in ways that take others further. Even though you’re thinking about yourself and your own behavior… Continue reading