Sustaining freedom requires our commitment to act responsibly and in the best interests of our team and the community.
Have you ever missed the bus?
I have. When I was in 7th grade I was held after school because I slacked on my math homework and the teacher thought keeping me late would help. When I finished my work I realized I had a much worse problem to solve; I had missed the school bus! Continue reading “When Our Team Misses The Bus”
As human beings, we all can relate to experiencing personal highs and lows. If you or your team are going through what feels like a failure right now, I wrote this for you. I have 3 thoughts for you to consider. Continue reading “Leaders Can Make Failure Unfatal”
The best leaders provide stability and encouragement to their teams and know the signs when individuals are planning to leave..
The “leaving” we talking about here is not the expected attrition or change that comes as people grow enough to take on new responsibilities. Continue reading “Signs A Team Member Is Leaving”
When a person of authority coerces our team to act unethically, our failure to respond destroys team safety, erodes our ability to influence, and puts our creditability at risk. Continue reading “Leaders Protect Teams From Predators”
Leadership growth can feel like being outside in 100 degrees F when we are accustomed to spending the majority of our time indoors where it is 75 F.
The sun quickly reminded me of its brutality when we are not prepared. Continue reading “Leaders Protect Their Teams From Burning”
Have you ever driven in the country only to wonder how to find your destination when there are no signs; only dirt roads?