Within our LearnToLead Elite Training Center adjacent to our Agoura Hills, California offices, I have a “Wall of Influencers”. On the wall are three separate photo displays where I’m posing with a substantial mentor in my life: John Maxwell, Zig Ziglar and Johnny Gyro. Maxwell and Ziglar are renowned writers, speakers, teachers and motivators. Johnny Gyro is not known in business circles, but as a ninth dan seven-time world champion karate master, represented in three separate karate halls…Continue
I’ve written and spoken extensively about accountability in the twenty years since we started our company, Learn To Lead: how to do it, why it’s important, the consequences for not doing so, and more. In my recent How to Master the Art of Accountability seminar attendees found it helpful when I identified and outlined the two non-negotiable pillars of accountability, and how to develop both.
Essentially, holding people accountable requires both the right skill set and the…Continue
Chaos comes and goes from all our lives, sometimes having a full blitz on us, while other times having just a minimal presence here or there. Regardless of how much chaos surrounds us at any given time, its effect is still the same - distracting us and hijacking our focus from what matters most. In this episode, Dave shares vital principles to help you thrive amidst the chaos that can easily distract you, and live your life as game changers do. Listen to it now at …Continue
“Dysfunctional” is defined as not operating normally or properly; having malfunctions. Following are signs of a healthy and functional team, as well as their dysfunctional counterparts. Consider which characteristic most resembles the team you spend most of your time in your organization.
Two Quick Openers on Dysfunctional Teams:
1. Dysfunctional teams are often successful teams that in reality are missing their potential by immense margins. Ironically, the team’s…