2 Types of Competitors: 1) Those with similar products who want to steal your customers. Most leaders take a proactive stance when dealing with these competitors. Most leaders are constantly trying to provide a better product or a better service. They are trying to win. 2) Those who need more or better team members who […]
High Impact Delegation Delegate results not methods. “The more decisions a leader makes, the further he or she is away from leading a high performance team. Make too many command decisions and you’ll doom yourself and your team to mediocrity.” ~ Mark Miller Delegation 101: Delegating what to do, makes you responsible. Delegating what to […]
Two Powerful Things The Mirror and the Window “You can’t change what you can’t change. But, you’ve got to change what you can.” ~ Nick Vujicic I love speaking at seminars and corporate training sessions about the principles I’m about to share with you. To be highly effective, high impact leaders must master the leadership […]
“It’s a sad fact but the majority of employees are not engaged and haven’t been for a long time. In 2016, only 33% of employees in the United States were engaged, and employee engagement as a whole increased only 3% from 2012-2016…Gallup’s research compared companies from the highest and lowest quartiles of engagement levels…The study […]
Motivation is Never Enough Motivation comes from the outside, but inspiration comes from the inside. “Every once in a while I will hear someone in leadership complain about the performance or competency of the people around him…We must never forget that the people who follow us are exactly where we have led them.” ~ Andy […]
Declare Your Intent Help the team see and feel the right things. “Followers choose to follow a leader with a compelling purpose, vision, cause, or goal, the unifying purpose. It is the leader’s unifying purpose that attracts the interest and loyalty of followers. The leader is someone who is able to communicate unifying purpose in […]
MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL The best leaders are the most secure of all. “No amount of personal competency can compensate for personal insecurity.” ~ Wayne Smith When it comes to leadership, security equals stability. Personal growth and development is the cornerstone when it comes to being a secure, high impact leader. Being secure means […]
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