Becoming A Leader Of People

Becoming A Leader Of People

I was recently reading a book by Matthew Kelly that started with a story about a gentleman sitting in his home office busily preparing a big speech he was delivering later that evening. His wife knocked on the door, asking him to watch their son for a bit while she...
14 Ways For Business Leaders To Build Team Cohesion

14 Ways For Business Leaders To Build Team Cohesion

In business, as in any venture, team members who don’t trust each other are destined for setbacks and failure. It’s important from the outset for business leaders to take steps to build trust and cooperation among their employees to maximize productivity and team...
How To Change Your People’s Behavior

How To Change Your People’s Behavior

People often follow leaders because they inspire them. That inspiration may motivate them and create a willingness to serve or an attitude of gratitude for that leader who shares their knowledge, passion and vision. What do good leaders do with that? They take the...
So You’ve Been Promoted, Now What?

So You’ve Been Promoted, Now What?

I started my career at UPS and worked there for many years. Back then, they had a big promote-from-within culture (and they still do). One day, I was a driver. The next day, I walked in wearing a suit and tie. My first operations assignment was overseeing other...
Is Remote Work a Business Necessity?

Is Remote Work a Business Necessity?

When I first started consulting 19 years ago, I worked from a home office and people told me it was seen as a detriment. People told me I wouldn’t be taken seriously without a brick-and-mortar office. Fast forward to 19 years later and we’ve come pretty...