What’s the difference between managers and leaders? The terms “leader” and “manager” are often used synonymously, yet they represent entirely different aspects of business. Those managers who aspire to take their careers to the next level and become a leader need to know the difference. Peter Drucker was the first nationally known management expert to […]
If you want to lead well you must be able to influence others in a positive way. In this episode, I’ll be sharing some insight on 3 ways you can be a more influential leader. A leader is an individual who uses his or her credibility and capability to influence people within a specific context to […]
Across corporate America, coaching sessions at many companies have become as routine for executives as budget forecasts and quota meetings.
The most effective learning of all, more than all other forms combined, is going through hardship with support, and evaluation.
Extreme Ownership (New York: New York: St. Martin's Press, 2015)
Extreme Ownership, is both powerful and practical. Written by two former Navy Seals and Seal Trainers, it has become among my favorite books on leadership. Each chapter begins with an example of one of their actual combat experiences in Iraq, extracting the leadership principles they learned. They then show how organizations and businesses can put these same principles in practice in a civilian context. This is a “must-read” for any serious leader who wants to improve team member accountability, improve communication and see greater results. Click the title to view it on Amazon.
In this video I reveal five easy ways to begin developing team alignment for your business or nonprofit organization. Leadership teams were meant to lighten the load and create a more efficient way of management, they should function like a well-oiled machine. However, many teams are poorly optimized and often dysfunctional. So in this video, I’ll […]