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Leaders Must Be Willing To Have Difficult Conversations

Leaders Must Be Willing To Have Difficult Conversations

There is nothing more important to creating a strong team than hiring the right people. But unless you start a team from scratch, building a strong team will usually involve helping some people find the door. The BIG Idea: If you are going to lead, you must be...

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Leaders Need To Ask Their Teams These 12 Questions

Leaders Need To Ask Their Teams These 12 Questions

  Today’s Big Idea— What do the most talented employees need from their workplace? If you knew the answer to this question, you could attract the most talented players to your company, and build a world-class team. Well, I have great news for you! The Gallup...

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The Ultimate Test of Leadership—Do You Create More Leaders?

The Ultimate Test of Leadership—Do You Create More Leaders?

“The best measure of leadership is whether you create more leaders.”—John Maxwell The BIG Idea—You place a very low ceiling on your leadership potential if you don’t take the time to mentor and develop others. Good leaders create loyal followers. But great leaders...

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10 Tips for Leading Remote Teams

10 Tips for Leading Remote Teams

Did you know that a recent global study, cited in a story by CNBC in 2018, showed that 70% of the worldwide workforce works remotely at least once per week? And certainly a post-pandemic survey will only reflect that this number has increased even more. Therefore, no...

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Strong Teams Must Engage In Productive Conflict

Strong Teams Must Engage In Productive Conflict

“While profit may be the ultimate measure of any corporation, the goals and objectives the team unites to achieve, ultimately drives the success of the organization— which drives profit.” —Patrick Lencioni Great teamwork is the ultimate competitive advantage. Today’s...

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Great Leaders Put People in Their Strength Zones

Great Leaders Put People in Their Strength Zones

Leadership expert John Maxwell tells an illuminating story about his high school basketball team. One typical afternoon, Maxwell showed up to basketball practice. The coach announced that the first-string would play against the second-string. Maxwell, being a first...

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