For many leaders, the pandemic has been a trial by fire. New challenges have put the strengths and weaknesses of their leadership style under the spotlight. It’s no secret that the working world has changed drastically in the last year … Read more
How does a leader pick the right person when all candidates appear to be equally qualified?
This is a common question posed to leaders; but it’s one that has no answer.
The question is flawed; it’s based on an incorrect … Read more
Most people think of leaders as being charismatic. These are individuals who are constantly in front of the troops. Shouting encouragement and cheering them on.
The “out front” leader plays an important role in an organization, but there is another … Read more
I have never espoused that there is a silver bullet for leadership; that there is one single trait or attribute that distinguishes a remarkable leader from others.
Rather I have ascribed standout leadership to many little things that are practiced … Read more
Is any relationship ever completely reciprocal? Not really, because one party always wields more power over the other. This is a human behavior dynamic that is tough to ignore, especially when we look deeper at workplace culture and team dynamics. … Read more