Undo?

This is the “U” installment of the leadership series, “Alphabet for Leaders.” During my college days I turned my car in front of another car. The front of the other guy’s car and… Continue reading

Grateful for gratitude

We play a part in the progress of people around us. Our evaluations, suggestions, and tweaks of their behavior may or may not be helpful. One thing is certain. Positive comments, gratitude, and… Continue reading

Making…..Performance…..Appraisals…..a Positive Experience

Leadershfreak welcomes guest blogger Sean Conrad. Thanks Sean. For a lot of people, performance appraisals are a negative experience, because we are being judged by another. But you could change the whole experience… Continue reading

“T” is for Timid

(This is the “T” installment of the series, “Alphabet for Leaders.”) You don’t have to be charismatic to be a great leader. Needing the spotlight hinders rather than helps leadership success. However… Leaders… Continue reading

Slay the Sandwich

(This is the “S” installment of the series “Alphabet for Leaders.”) It’s nearly instinctive to buffer bad news with good. Additionally, it’s standard practice to balance negative feedback with positive. It’s called the… Continue reading

Untapped potential in view of resistance and reluctance

(This is the “R” installment of the series, “Alphabet for Leaders.) Long-term success is a result of leveraging your strengths. Marilyn Savant correctly observes, “Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by… Continue reading