Tag: Leader

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 […]

Leadership | October 16, 2017

Perspective Makes the Difference

Success is as much about hard work as it is about perspective. Hard work without a bigger perspective or vision can be wasteful. It can also defeat your people. As […]

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 […]

Employment | April 16, 2017

Simple Solutions within the Complex

Last year I posted several Leadership Minutes about Proficiency and Competence in which I spoke of a leader’s need to work to the point where one knows their craft so […]

Employment | January 30, 2016

Major “Down in Flames” Fail

One hasty decision can lead to some really poor actions, and those actions can have consequences that will change the course of your life. On August 17, 2015, the headline […]

Leadership | December 30, 2015

Innovate or Die

Innovation continues and that is a very good thing. I love innovation. The only thing I love more is innovation that is Entrepreneurially Disruptive! (think how Uber disrupts the Taxi […]

Employment | March 12, 2013

Ogilvy

I am sure this has happened to you. You hear a name, and drawing deep into the haze of distant memory you ask yourself, “How is it that I know […]

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 […]