Leadership Skills

Breaking Barriers & Raising Ceilings!

While the changes around you come fast and frequent, you might not adapt to them with the same sense of urgency or speed. While a key to your successful adaptation to change is physical—the actions you take because of change—it’s first mental—your mindset. You and I may look at the…
the power of not knowing

The Power of Not Knowing

Many of us as leaders, especially new leaders, feel we must have all the answers. Some even feel a sense of shame when asked a question, by a client or an employee, and they don’t have the answer. And, despite these feelings of inadequacy most of us have felt at one…

Here’s To The Crazy Ones…

As my regular readers know, I collect quotes, share them here and on my website. Typically I publish one quote a month, but this month you get a bonus quote. In the last few weeks, I have been writing about listening. The quote below from Steve Jobs is a wonderful…
How to Stay Authentic Under Pressure

How to Stay Authentic Under Pressure

First, you have to understand yourself, because the hardest person you will ever have to lead is yourself…but, as long as you are true to who you are, you can cope with the most difficult circumstances that life presents. Bill George. True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership Being authentic is…
feedback

The Hard Gift of Feedback

Feedback is a gift. It is an opportunity for personal development and ultimately leadership development. And, it is hard; Very hard. Not sure which is harder, giving feedback or accepting it. Recently I was with a small group of Vistage Chairs, several of us long-tenured, and we were discussing this…
Organizational Context

Organizational Context = Culture

We began this series with an invitation to think about context in 3 dimensions: for yourself, as an individual, as you live your life (Part 1) for your most important conversations and relationships, and (Part 2) for your organization as a whole. We’ve already covered individual (personal) and interpersonal context. …
context

Why Context in Relationships Matters

Part 1 of this series covered individual (personal) context.  This blog focuses on interpersonal context; that is, the context you create related to your most important relationships and most important conversations. So what, exactly, is meant by interpersonal context?  I invite you to consider and reflect upon the following workplace…
moments

It’s All About The Ride

Occasionally there are small moments in life that leave a lasting impact. As I think about my intentions for the new year, I am reminded of one of those small incidents, years ago. I was sitting on a bench at the old Union Station. An old man sat down next…
context

What is Individual Context and Why You Should Care

In my work, I have the privilege of working with thousands of successful, highly motivated, ethical and well-rounded leaders every year.  One of the most important issues we cover, no matter what the industry or type of organization, is context.  Why?  Simply put:  Because if you’re not able to purposefully…
Authentic

How to Be an Authentic and Conscious Leader

As I started immersing myself in the research, I realized that (like many desirable ways of being), authenticity is not something we have or don't have. It's a practice - a conscious choice of how we want to live. Authenticity is actually a collection of choices, choices that we make…
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