Tag Archive: organizational values

How to Protect and Enhance Your Strengths

Your strengths have dark sides that limit potential, destroy achievement, and hamstring opportunities. Powerful strengths become anchors without softeners. The difference between mediocre and extraordinary success is tempering qualities. Task oriented leaders come off… Continue reading

How to Step Back and Succeed More

***** It’s easier for leaders to step up and in than to step down and back. Beginnings demand stepping in; enduring, exponential success calls for stepping back. Before stepping back: Before you step back,… Continue reading

Top 10 Ways to Tick Off CEOs

***** If you aren’t concerned about ticking off the CEO, you should be. It’s easy to irritate high level leaders who operate in high pressure environments, especially if you aren’t part of the… Continue reading

Creating a Mistake-making Policy

***** Integrity isn’t perfection, its better. During a hospital stay a nurse turned off and neglected to turn on my pneumatic leg pumps. (Devices designed to help prevent blood clots in the legs… Continue reading

Five Reasons Performance Reviews Suck

***** Every performance review I ever had was a colossal waste of time. The dust laying on yours indicates it’s not worth the paper it’s printed on. Performance reviews are like Santa Clause,… Continue reading

30 Secrets to Successful Leadership

***** Successful leaders exhibit these 30 qualities, behaviors, and skills. Item one is first because it’s most important. The rest are listed randomly. You’re ready to lead when you: Know yourself and live… Continue reading