Tag Archive: Growth

“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

Explosive personal growth

Growth can be gradual. We often grow like plants, imperceptibly. Gradual growth is stable growth that tracks along the same path. Gradual growth is more of the same only better. For example, learning… Continue reading

John Wooden on Learning

John Wooden, America’s greatest basketball coach died June 4, 2010. He was 99.  He presided over the greatest basketball dynasty of all time. Under his leadership the UCLA Bruins won 10 NCAA National… Continue reading

Top down thinking

In top down organizations information flows up and decisions come down. The military is an example of a top down organization. People in top down organization exercise top down thinking. They aren’t designing… Continue reading

Changing your vision

Ben asked, “How do I know when I should change my vision?” It’s a great question that potentially impacts everything we do. Here’s what I think. Values drive mission and vision. Richard, a… Continue reading

“What works” is holding you back

You haven’t reached higher in life because you’re doing what works. “What works” is a set of strategies and skills you’ve developed because of your past. In other words, “what works” enables you… Continue reading