Monthly Archives: August 2009
The ability to focus on the right things during times of apprehension or overload is a leadership differentiator of the highest magnitude. One reader’s comment at HarvardBusiness.org struck me as the simplest definition of leadership under pressure I’ve ever encountered. Wally Bock writes: Those that “don’t panic” are concentrating on what to do next. Those […]
Real leaders tell it like it is. We can be polite but we don’t sugar coat reality.
Keeping our goals front and center will help us stay aligned and play a bigger game. This blog contains an exercise to help identify daily wins.
Individuals with clearly defined values and goals are highly esteemed by employers as these people tend to be more focused and make better-informed decisions. If you can demonstrate that you have moved beyond understanding your own value system and show that you operate with an intentional personal brand, so much the better. What makes this […]