It's not just what you don't do to someone, but what you proactively do for them that creates impact. The Golden Rule advises us: do unto others as you would have them do unto you. One of the dangers of becoming successful is thinking so much of yourself and your success that you begin to regard others differently, as inferior, or incidental, or there primarily for your benefit. Game changers are concerned with impacting others, as much as they are with advancing themselves, and this episode…Continue
As a leader, you should never let a focus and commitment to improve yourself get old or become forgotten. In fact, little will improve measurably or sustainably in your organization until you do. While leaders who complain about their boss, team, culture and more abound, those who admit that, “I’m the problem,” “I need to improve,” or “I need to be more prepared” are sadly rare.
A key to building a better culture, growing people better, and bettering your organization is for you as a…Continue
As I continue with the third in a series of articles on the topic of generational leadership it’s important to prioritize focusing less on what makes each generation different, or what makes different generations “difficult,” and instead get back to leadership basics that impact all generations for better and worse. Thus far I’ve outlined important workplace aspects ALL generations want, respond well to, and are more productive as a result of, and will now cover a handful of universal…