How Do You Emotionally Roll?

How Do You Emotionally Roll?

So many times, leaders are almost literally expected to be free of emotion, or at least not show any. This expectation is far more pronounced for the male gender, yet still shows up for female leaders in that anger from them is not widely tolerated. But, as we’ve discussed, leadership is not always easy. It… read more

Leadership: Service or Sabotage?

Leadership: Service or Sabotage?

In learning the art and science of more effective leadership, one may run into resistance. Beyond learning, while leading in challenging circumstances, one may also face resistance, opposition, or downright slings and arrows. In both cases, at what point does one continue to serve, in spite of a lack of support or even in the… read more

3 Scary Similarities Between Leadership and Campaigns

3 Scary Similarities Between Leadership and Campaigns

It’s official! Just a short while ago I was accepted into an elite program called the Political Leadership Institute. Our first courses took place recently and what an elaborate and thorough education on how to run a political campaign and execute on one’s desire to serve in public office. While I could tell you there… read more

Leadership Blind Spots

Leadership Blind Spots

  On any given day a leader drives down the road of leading his or her team. There are occasional variances in speed and the necessary lane change. There are speed signs and consequences for ignoring them and then there are the occasional near misses when one doesn’t see what is right next to or… read more

What Kind of Leader Are You?

What Kind of Leader Are You?

The answer to this question will determine your career direction. If you are in an interview and asked this question, your answer will determine job fit and employment potential.  If you are conducting the interview with a new employee candidate and they ask this question, the answer will determine the kind of team you develop… read more

3 Liberating Reasons Leaders Should Not Apologize

3 Liberating Reasons Leaders Should Not Apologize

It’s one of the most common phrases heard among managers and leaders of all levels: “I’m sorry” Some use the phrase more often than others and most use it far more frequently than they mean. But, what does it mean really when a leader says “I’m sorry”? The truth is it could mean a multitude… read more

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