Leading with Clarity

In a previous blog, I wrote about the iceberg principle, and how that can play out when leaders are coaching employees up and when they must coach them out. Whenever a leader has a personnel issue...

Explaining the Why – Part 1

As a leader, it is easy to forget that you have much more background knowledge on initiatives that you have to roll out. You are often privy to strategy meetings and other contextual information that...

Great Leaders are in the People Business

In the past I have blogged about how performance measurement aids in creating high-performance cultures. But performance measurement should never eclipse an organization’s most powerful asset...

How Building Relationships Builds Success

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” —John Maxwell This is one of the greatest pieces of leadership advice that I’ve ever heard and see play out. This is also the...

The right way to make any decision

There’s a common mistake I see a lot of new leaders make, and that is they try to make all decisions themselves. Maybe part of it is trying to prove their worth by showing they can make every...