I hear four questions asked about leadership often. This article gives a short answer to each of these important questions.
We’ve heard it many times, “It’s a dog eat dog world.” The trouble is, some leaders actually believe it. They conduct themselves like the alpha dog in a pack, holding sway through intimidation. This instinctive behavior helps insure survival in a dog world, but applied to the human world of organizational dynamics, it can lead […]
Difficult people can be a thorn in the side of many a leader. The author shows a process to help turn difficult people from liabilities into assets.
It might be reasonable to assume that leadership can be developed. However, there has been and still is, considerable debate on the issue. Even the experts are divided. This article shows how everyone, irrespective of their position, can develop leadership skills.
The article contends that one of the most effective, least understood and seldom used leadership tools is the question mark. Here is a systematic way to use the question mark in your daily leadership activities that will enable you to be a much more effective leader.
There seems to be a real deficit in good leadership and a large surplus of poor and pathetic leadership in many businesses today. Learn more in this article.
Although some people treat the terms management and leadership as synonyms, the two should be distinguished. As a matter of fact, there can be leaders of completely unorganized groups. On the other hand, there can be managers, as conceived here, only where organized structures create roles.
The term life coach has become a household name. People have started to accept the importance of life coaches in their lives. All of us will experience difficulties and hardships at least a few times in our lifetime. And when these events happen, a person can either succumb to the difficulties and bury himself or […]
Here is a description of what people want in a leader. How do you compare?
It is estimated that our brains receive information through our senses that result in some four billion neuron impulses per second. Of these four billion pieces of information, we are only consciously aware of about 2,000. That’s only 0.00005%. It’s happening to you right now. I bet, until I mention it now, that you were […]