When it comes to delivering projects and products on time, is it just me or is the process of moving teams from here to there more difficult than it should be? Does it take too long? Continue reading “Leaders Take Responsiblity”
Michelangelo said, “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.”
How could we become a masterpiece?
Let’s start with what we can know: identify what resides at our core and ask the following questions:
- What are values will we not compromise?
- What are the activities that energize us most?
- When do we feel the most alive?
I’m wondering if most teams aren’t just the echo of their leader’s actions.
Similar to how children pick up the habits of their parents, I have observed how teams pick up our traits. This doesn’t absolve individuals of their responsibility to act in the best interest of the client. As leader, it does mean we have a responsibility to set the highest of standards. Continue reading “Our Leadership Echo”
Shepherding: The art of becoming the leader others want to follow.
Making something remarkable is possible through positioning people well, focusing on the most important, and leveraging our teams’ gifting.