On any journey there are bumps and times when teams will stumble. When framed properly, stumbles can strengthen the team and grow us as leaders.
The livestock of all types seem to think so. While the grass may be plentiful on their side of the fence, I continually see them push their heads through to the other side to eat the same grass; even when it takes more effort and subjects them to personal risk they are relentless. Continue reading “Is The Grass Really Greener On The Other Side?”
I remember when our daughter was two and beginning to talk. One of the first phrases she would say to me and my wife was “wany, wany, wany” to indicate that she wanted something. Continue reading “Leaders Say No To Good Ideas”
Becoming the leader that people will follow requires that we communicate change effectively.