Tag Archive: Decisions

Knowing too much

(This post isn’t part of the “Alphabet for Leaders” series) Ever meet a know it all? Everything you say they already know or have out done. Then there are the add-to’ers. These folks listen… Continue reading

Six ways to make teams work

The term team has been in vogue for some time. However, few companies leverage the dynamic power of teams. Here are six suggestions that help transform a group of individuals into a team.… Continue reading

Adjusting course

You never achieve success following a straight line to a stable target. Changing conditions, lessons learned, and moving targets require leaders to adjust organizational trajectory. The path to success is a jagged line… Continue reading

*Purposeful abandonment

Not long ago, in frustration, a friend of mine quit his job.  He didn’t have another job lined up.  He just quit.  A few days later he embarked on a related career path… Continue reading

Certainty?

Leaders go places. You won’t be certain of how to get there.  You won’t be certain of the outcomes. Go with your highest point of confidence. Once you identify your highest point of… Continue reading

Create a crisis

One strategy to get a stalled organization moving is creating a crisis. Webster says a crisis is, “The point of time when it is to be decided whether any affair or course of… Continue reading