6 Ways Leaders Are Different

The philosophies outlined in the book By Mark Miller, Co-author of Great Leaders Grow: Becoming a Leader for Life are very consistent with what I’ve learned over the years and apply in my coaching/consulting practice. Here are some of the main… Read More

How to Balance Your Life

Interesting perspective from the Center for Creative Leadership on making your life work. Focus on three factors to start your self analysis: 1. Do you separate your roles or allow constant interruptions? 2. What level of intensity do… Read More

Intuitive Based Leadership

Intuitive based leadership is an approach I use in my advisory and coaching business that helps executives understand the key characteristics of outstanding performers in business – always asking questions, believe their subordinates have the answers, praise others,… Read More

The Millennials Will Shape Our World

It always amazes me how The Millenials can seem to be in multiple environments at the same time.  They handle tasks quickly, efficiently, gain access to the information they need to take decisions and just do it! And… Read More

Meeting in person is just about always best!

I have always opted for in person meetings rather than telephone or emails. How impersonal all those other means are. Nothing beats looking someone in the eye to dialogue, to do business to give good news or to… Read More

Apple’s “Elastic” Operating Model

http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2012/02/27/steve-jobs-and-apples-astounding-legacy-for-the-american-enterprise/3/  

A great blog on Leadership and Management Development

http://www.greatleadershipbydan.com/2012/02/questions-to-teach-leadership-and.html

Paying More Than Lip Service to Business Ethics

Doug Guthrie, Contributor Dean of the George Washington University School of Business    1/31/2012 @ 7:19AM |403 views Paying More Than Lip Service to Business Ethics + Comment now Touting the benefits of corporate responsibility and principled leadership is de… Read More

The Biggest Mistake A Leader Can Make

1/31/2012 @ 3:30PM |807 views The Biggest Mistake A Leader Can Make Sandy Styer, Contributor + Comment now Thanks to Procentus I’ve recently been introduced to a video blog from the Harvard Business Review on the biggest mistake a leader can make with ten insights from… Read More

Purposeful Leaders

Great leaders are purposeful leaders. They have a gut feeling that is usually right. They know why they are on this planet. They see the good in others. They are able to draw out the best in others…. Read More