Tag Archive: leadership success

Leadership is Stewardship

A friend and client asked me what I’ve learned about stewardship. It’s the first time I’ve been asked. I wish there was more interest in stewardship because leaders are stewards.

I shifted the language from learned to learning when I texted back. People who think they’ve learned something haven’t. The best we can say is we’re learning and relearning.

Here are 5 ways to practices stewardship in leadership today.

3 Reasons Variety is Essential

Common wisdom deceives you. You’re boring because some knucklehead said: You fall behind if you continue doing the same things, even when you’re doing great today. 3 reasons variety is essential: #1. Variety… Continue reading

7 Ways to Meet the Need to Feel Seen, Heard, and Understood

You feel motivated when you feel seen. You tend to disengage when you feel unheard. You’re anxious or angry when you feel misunderstood. You engage when you feel you matter. How can leaders… Continue reading

4 Signs You Lack Executive Presence and How to Earn it Back

This guest post is written by Joel Garfinkle, the author of Executive Presence: Step Into Your Power, Convey Confidence, & Lead With Conviction. Executive presence is an elusive quality. When it’s lacking, you… Continue reading

5 Morning Habits You Need to Stop Today

Bad morning habits result in stumbling through the day. The way you get up is the way you show up.* 5 morning habits you need to stop today: #1. Planning your day in… Continue reading

5 Qualities of Real Heroes

In a world that worships self, having heroes feels juvenile. Emulating others seems insulting to people who sing, “I’ve got to be me.” Some of the most satisfying moments in my life happen… Continue reading