3 Common Sense Ways to Manage Crossed Boundaries

3 Common Sense Ways to Manage Crossed Boundaries

Shifting gears in March from diversity to handling harassment, our Monday Moments are progressing through the 2019 Top Ten Leadership Tips. The third area of focus leaders are likely to face this year is boundary crossing, including harassment and our third tip was to handle such issues with common sense. Years ago, I heard the… read more

The Power of Permission to Be Different

The Power of Permission to Be Different

I don’t know what started it or how it happened, but the moment I step on stage or begin to train a program or lead an audience, there are truly no stupid questions. There is zero judgment and zero finger pointing or criticism of any participants. (even the ones any other person might call down-right… read more

The Leaders Guide to Leading Multiple Generations with Zero Frustration

The Leaders Guide to Leading Multiple Generations with Zero Frustration

Every leader knows the team they lead is comprised of people who are different. There are personalities, backgrounds, and yes, generations to understand, motivate differently, and even discipline. The differences can be maddening, particularly if what you want is for them to just get on with it and do what you’ve asked of them. Add… read more

How to Lead What Gen Z Needs

How to Lead What Gen Z Needs

The top leadership tip of 2019 is work with the generations. But, what does that mean? Most generational descriptions for leaders are far to overgeneralized, with my favorite saying this: “Gen X is disaffected, bitter, and likes flannel. Millennials won’t buy houses, get married, or eat mayonnaise.” Every stereotype does have a grain of truth,… read more

5 Foolproof Ways Smart Leaders Fail Faster

5 Foolproof Ways Smart Leaders Fail Faster

Dictionary.com shows the first definition of failure as 1) An act or instance of failing or proving unsuccessful, lack of success. Yet, when asked how to face failure, Google provides more than 218 MILLION results, the first few pages focusing on a negative connotation of the concept. But, by definition, failure is merely a scenario… read more

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