Death by Powerpoint…its a common complaint and one that is so easily avoided when giving a presentation. Your audience is here to LISTEN and LEARN from you. Not to read along with your slides. The Powerpoint presentation or visual aids should...
A young man came to his wise leader and asked how he could be a better leader. The wise leader said, “Let me pour you a cup of tea.” And so he started pouring a cup of tea; he kept pouring and pouring and pouring until the young man screamed, “Stop!
We all know life can be hard and leadership can be difficult. And far too often we add unnecessary negativity and unwarranted pressure with our stress. So why not think of life as a garment—something you wear, something that covers and protects you.
According to the American Society for Training and Development, companies spent on average about 3.5% on training their employees in 2013. That worked out to just over 30 hours for each one for the year.
I suggest we need to step back and consider leadership as a phenomenon, and ask what we mean when we use the term. For example, it is almost impossible to imagine a leader as a solitary entity -- there are always others to follow.
We’ve all seen the headlines, read the reports, and watched the fallout from Brian Williams’ admission that he allegedly misspoke about his experience in Iraq. His helicopter may not have been the target of an RPG.
How many times have you heard yourself say If only I had the right role … the right job … the right business … the right opportunity, then I would step into my leadership. But that role, position, opportunity, or business may never come along.
I met Aimee at the Leadership Investment Women’s Success Forum. We had adjacent tables and were signing copies of our books for the conference attendees. As I listened to her talk to the conference attendees about her book my curiousity was piqued.
“Organizations that fail to develop strong future leaders will inevitably see that high-potential talent – already in short supply – head elsewhere.” This sentiment shared in a recent Harvard Business Review article is a familiar idea among...
It is important to see that self-promotion is a leadership skill. It is your responsibility to talk about what you and your team have achieved, not only for your own benefit, but also for the team and the company.
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