Tag Archives: time

Presidential gibberish: Without clarity, there can be no real leadership

I believe all of us, regardless of our party affiliation, should be paying attention to these specifics, including the way he speaks, and doing our best to translate. For those of us with the inclination, comparing his assertions to facts can be illuminating. But perhaps more importantly, looking at his scattered speech and more scattered thoughts can give us insight into the scattered effects of his first days in office, and why his approval rating continues to dip (37% approve in the March 20th Gallup Poll).

How to Lead a Better Meeting: Kellogg’s Leigh Thompson on Common Collaboration Mistakes and Solutions

One of the oldest leadership gaffes in the book is to do things the way they’ve always been done, especially when it comes to meetings. If we really want to empower collaboration and generate great ideas we can act on as a team, old-school meeting strategies have to go. According to Kellogg School of Management […]

Leadership with Spirit: Beginning with our Own

How does time help leaders? Three answers: patience, skill-building and self-care. Patience: the knowledge that things don’t happen all at once… Leaders who insist on speedy results when speedy results are impossible lose out on teachable moments, which means they lose followers with potential. Let’s assume you pick your team members carefully enough that their […]