David Cottrell says there are two types of people: high-energy performers and energy sappers. The ratio of energizers to sappers is important for the team to be successful. And it’s not a 1:1 ratio. Who is on your team?
How well do you combine your personal life and your business life? Do you try to be one way in one part of your life and another way in another part of your life? It’s all YOU. Can you really separate yourself?
How do you access the wisdom that surrounds you? How do you respond to it? Some things to think about.
No matter what your role is in an organization, consider how you can inspire people on to greater things.
6 ways to improve your presence as a leader.
One of the keys to success in business and life is to have successful relationships. In this tip, Chris Widener shares his recommended tool for creating this result.
This article by Loren Ekroth highlights the impact on your integrity of not keeping your word and 5 tips for keeping your agreements.
Steve Straus provides ideas on delegating to people who can easily get you on track by bringing discipline to areas that are not your strength, allowing you to focus on the priorities and passions of your business (and what you’re good at).
One of the key differences between people who get the results they’ve set out to get and those who have wonderful explanations for why they haven’t gotten the results they set out to get is the language that they use along the way.
Are you feeling watched? As a leader, you are the model, all the time, in all circumstances.