Tag Archive: Management

Organizations Where Average Leaders Excel

By definition most of us are average. Even though: 68% of the faculty at the University of Nebraska rate themselves in the top 25% of teaching ability. 90% students see themselves as more… Continue reading

Restarting Stalled Projects, Guaranteed

Every reason projects stall comes back to one, lack of urgency. Foggy deliverables, inadequate resources, blurred priorities, under qualified participants, and distant deadlines inevitably drain urgency. Who’s responsible: Save time, energy, and resources by… Continue reading

The Destruction of Potential and Joy

Image source Leave the good ole days in the past. Enjoy memories but never try recreating experiences. Some years back, my wife and I went to an amusement park with another couple. It… Continue reading

Life Changing Leadership Quotes? – You Decide

Being smart enough to know you’re dumb makes learning easy. There’s a personal light bulb moment reflected in every quote that follows. Forward trajectory quotes: Any fool can start something new. It takes… Continue reading

Leaders vs. Managers

I’ve asked some friends to bring their insights to the Leadership Freak community. Please give a warm welcome to today’s guest writer, Lolly Daskal. ********** What is the biggest difference between managers and… Continue reading

10 Tips for Doing the Manic Monday Shift

Image source Monday mornings are a hodgepodge of enthusiasm, anxiety, or dread. Like a race horse, you feel that starting-gate feeling. This Monday, make their duties and agenda your Monday morning passion. The… Continue reading