Tag: Lead

Employment | November 1, 2017

Peoplemover

Growing up in Southern California, I have very fond memories of the many summers spent at Disneyland. One of the old school rides, that is still there today, is called […]

Uncategorized | August 14, 2017

Learning from Failure

If you are a leader, failure is in your future. Don’t worry about it, embrace it. Trust me, you will look back at your failures and remember fondly how you […]

Uncategorized | July 16, 2017

Empowered

As a leader, I need to encourage you to move as far away from being a command and control leader as possible, and become a leader who understands the importance […]

Uncategorized | June 19, 2017

Bad News

Now, here is a conflicting thought… Have you considered that—for the leader—Bad News is actually Good News. Think about it. If you are leading well, your staff has the confidence […]

Leadership | March 31, 2015

Risky Leadership

TAKE A CHANCE. The riskiest idea may turn out to be the most innovative and transforming. In a culture that despises change, this is a paralyzing thought. True transformation seldom […]

Leadership | February 3, 2013

Lead the System

If you were driving on a dark country road, and you saw the sign, Bridge Out, What would you do? Would you continue on to your own peril, or would […]

Employment | September 18, 2012

Leadership by Example

Once again, I was asked to write a short for STAR News, a magazine for Law Enforcement Personnel. Here it is… Leading by example is nothing new. For thousands of […]

Employment | April 30, 2012

Learn Up. Train Down.

There is a great scene in “We Were Soldiers” where Mel Gibson says; “Learn the job of the man above you and teach your job to the man below. We […]