Posts on Leadership
Being teachable is how you consistently grow in strengths and skills. We often think of being teachable as a “spirit” more than action. Below are 3 actionable ways young leaders can remain teachable.
When leaders approach problems with a positive perspective, teams can see through the immediate pain and confidently push through the problem solving process. John Maxwell has a great acronym he uses for seeing problems with a positive perspective.
Vision casting often gets a bad rap. I believe that’s because many of us don’t understand what it is or what takes place in effective vision casting. Below are 10 elements of vision casting.
Life is full of experiences. Some are meaningful, most are forgotten, but a select few will significantly change your life forever. Below are four extremely valuable life experiences you can buy with only your time.
I have learned a lot about business in the past year. And believe me, there is still so much I need to learn. But I can’t stop thinking about this one truth that is at the core of every business: It is good until it isn’t.
Fear is as sure a part of life as death and taxes. And much like death and taxes, we don’t want to spend time thinking about fear. But conquering it shouldn’t be a fearful dread.
In 2006 I spent 16 weeks at Ft. Knox, Kentucky completing One Station Unit Training (O.S.U.T.) to become a 19K M1A1 Armor Crewman. Those four months of training were life changing in many ways. One area of development and learning was leadership.
Starting a new position is an exciting new journey. With so much to learn and think about as you transition to your new role, be sure to focus on the first 6 months on the job. The years ahead will thank you.
Confidence is overrated. This year, I interviewed and recruited several dozen sales job candidates. What I learned about confidence vs. courage will forever change my perspective.