Drifting?

Recently someone asked, “What do you want to do with your life during 2010.”  I articulated a clearly thought out vision that surprised my questioner.  “I’m going to use technology to extend positive… Continue reading

No

Saying yes to one option means saying no to others.

High Potentials

Leaders frequently complain, “We can’t find good people.  Where are all the good people?” How can leaders identify high potential employees, managers, or volunteers?  First, can they sizzle in the pan awhile?  A… Continue reading

Resolutions

Wayne Newton’s New Year’s Resolution is spending at least one more hour with his family every day.  It sounds like a great resolution.  It’s specific, it’s measurable, and it’s probably achievable.  What’s missing?… Continue reading

9 C’s

Lee Iacocca’s 9 C’s of Leadership from Where Have all the Leaders Gone. 1. A leader has to show CURIOSITY. He has to listen to people outside of the “Yes, sir” crowd in… Continue reading

Respect

Imagine a five year old struggling to tie their shoe. What’s your instinct?  You want to help, right? The best way to help is not to help. When parents jump in and help… Continue reading