Tagged with Leadership

Making Changes Easier

Making Changes Easier

Change is inevitable whether it is sudden or planned, it can be difficult to go through. For many when change happens at work and it directly affects personal job tasks it can be stressful and cause anxiety. Here are three important points to remember when dealing with changes at work that can help everyone make … Continue reading

Great Leaders Are Persistent

Great Leaders Are Persistent

Persistence is a quality of all great leaders.  If they were not persistent no one would want to follow them.  Humans want a leader they know will see them through until the end.  Military leaders are excellent examples of those who persist no matter what and they always have their troop’s best interest at the forefront of all … Continue reading

Be Fearlessly Authentic

Be Fearlessly Authentic

If you are a manager, team leader or business owner there is one facet of your character that must stand out to those you lead and that is “authenticity.” Your people want to know who you really are.  Many times when a person is put into a position of “leadership” they feel they must act … Continue reading

Jim Collins On Leadership

Jim Collins On Leadership

This past long weekend I spent several hours watching videos on Leadership that I had been wanting to watch and was waiting for some block time to do so.  It was wonderful, just like reading several books all in one weekend. One video was a keynote from the Peter Drucker Institute presented by Jim Collins, … Continue reading

They Feel Your Attitude

They Feel Your Attitude

One of my favorite authors is John Maxwell. One of my favorite quotes of his is, “People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude and that will either enable you to connect and win them over or it will alienate them from you.”  Connecting with others takes time and energy.  It is important … Continue reading

Do You Want To Be Valued?

Do You Want To Be Valued?

“The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt, American President Great leaders know how to build relationships with those they lead. They understand the need to get along if you plan to have your team go along with the plan. The majority … Continue reading

Make A Commitment

Make A Commitment

Are you committed? When it comes to your job and the company that pays your check, ask yourself are you committed to both? Commitment means something difference to each person. To one it may mean that you give an honest days work for a full day of pay. To another it may mean that you … Continue reading

Two Characteristics Of A Successful Leader

Two Characteristics Of A Successful Leader

Today, I would like to touch on the topic of leadership and personal characteristics. When you look below at some of the most successful leaders of today there are two specific characteristics that you will find in each of them. Steve Jobs – Apple Stephen Covey – Covey Institutes Sir Richard Branson – Virgin Warren … Continue reading

Evaluating Your Leadership Skills

Evaluating Your Leadership Skills

This coming weekend I will be speaking at a conference at the Disneyland Hotel. Our whole office attends this conference every year and we do believe that Disneyland is one of the happiest places on earth. It is always so much fun to watch the children and how excited they are to be at Disneyland. … Continue reading