When to Stop Being the Boss and Become a Leader

When to Stop Being the Boss and Become a Leader

Over the last eleven months, we’ve covered numerous aspects of leadership because leadership is…well, not a one and done behavior. Becoming a boss is an event. It’s a promotion and it happens and then you’re done. You’ve reached that next level position. Becoming a leader is a bit more complex and is based not on… read more

What to Do to Get it Together

What to Do to Get it Together

Even if we’ve not said it, we’ve all led team members, staff, or even volunteers, to which we’ve wanted to say just get it together. And the IT varies. Sometimes it’s their schedule or ability to follow it. Sometimes it’s their job and their seeming disinterest in doing it. Sometimes it’s just the general concept… read more

Single Syllable Leadership

Single Syllable Leadership

For most leaders, bosses, managers, and even supervisors, the thought of leading with only single syllable words seems hard to imagine. Maybe the idea is even silly and certainly the act would sound a bit robotic, but on the other hand, maybe the concept would get us back to basics and lend itself to much… read more

Principles Shrinciples. Aren’t They What We Know Already?

Principles Shrinciples. Aren’t They What We Know Already?

While schrinciples may not be the easiest word to say, there’s likely not a leader currently working who can’t say they’ve seen a mission statement on the wall that no one in the company knows how to actually implement. This situation is frighteningly common. Leaders think values, vision, mission, goals, and yes, principles are known… read more

Why Leaders Need Multiple Personalities

Why Leaders Need Multiple Personalities

It may come as no surprise that all leaders have personalities. Some you like and some, well, you could likely do without, but the truth is leaders have not just one, but multiple, and they need all of them. Why? Because each person you have the privilege of leading is different. Not to worry, nothing… read more

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