One of the distinctions between good leaders and so-so leaders is the way in which they build effective teams.
Change happens because people talk. The problem is, most leaders forget that their role is to create forums.
People often ask me what the secret is to high-performing organizations. I surprise them by saying: “Talk.”
Here are 10 questions that can be used to help develop a strategic plan.
How am I elevating my game? More importantly, how can any leader elevate his or her organization’s “game?”
If we get our culture right, and if we get our internal processes and ways of doing things right, then the results will follow.
I coach executives on the virtues of creative displacement. And I talk about four keys to making it work.
Defining your company’s core values means taking the time to engage in a deep exploration of what truly is essential to its success.
You need to pose a series of questions to truly get people to assume responsibility.
As a leader and manager, how do you spark creative flow in other people? I think there are four keys.