Tag: Problem Solving

Leadership | October 19, 2016

A Higher View

Work “on” the system, not “in” the system. The role of leader requires a certain way of thinking about everyday tasks. You may need to shift. Consider how you can […]

Leadership | September 15, 2016

Leaders Go First

In today’s unforgiving environment both seasoned leaders and those coming into new leadership roles need to hit the ground running, or at the very least, come up to speed quickly. […]

Employment | May 23, 2016

Driving Solutions

Pulling a group of diverse individuals is hard enough. Driving them to overcome obstacles is all the more difficult. However, it’s imperative. You need to tap the creative thinking that […]

Leadership | April 10, 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 | October 31, 2014

Lesson in Tragedy

Why Tragedy Will Reveal True Leadership Less than two hours ago SpaceShipTwo had a catastrophic failure resulting in the death of at least one of its two pilots. Though these […]

Leadership | May 11, 2014

Modeling Accountability

As a leader, you have an obligation to model personal responsibility. I love the old phrase: Your talk talks and your walk talks, but your walk talks better than your […]

Leadership | March 11, 2014

Being Great

There are those times in life when you encounter greatness. It takes your breath away. It’s one of those things when everything comes together in perfect harmony and you find […]

Leadership | December 11, 2013

Driving Solutions

Pulling a group of diverse individuals is hard enough. Driving them to overcome obstacles is all the more difficult. However, it’s imperative. You need to tap the creative thinking that […]