• Why Every Leader Should Make Workplace Wellbeing A...
    CEO.com - Apr 24
    The University Healthsystem Consortium is open and encourages movement and activity for employees. Christopher Barrett Photography. It’s no secret active workplaces and healthy employees lead to increased productivity... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • How To Choose The Right Person To Speak (Hint:...
    CEO.com - Apr 23
    I was standing offstage with a NASCAR driver and his assistant. He was moments away from walking out for a Q & A session with about 2,500 fans. (Why do a Q & A session for a sponsor appearance, you ask? One, crowds... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Stop Talking About Millennials And Learn To Manage A...
    CEO.com - Apr 17
    Most recent warnings about Millennials in the workplace have been harsh and overblown. Headlines such as “The ‘Trophy Kids’ Go to Work” and “Millennials: The Me Me Me Generation” aren’t just guilty of making... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 5 Productivity Hacks You Need To Start Your Week Right
    CEO.com - Apr 15
    Heading back to work after a great weekend—a much-needed vacation, a buddy’s wedding, you name it—is never easy. The start of the workweek brings with it an overwhelming sense of gloom and anxiety for you and your... Read »
    1 week ago
  • The Busy CEO’s 3-Step Guide To Getting More Done
    CEO.com - Apr 14
    There are 168 hours in each week. Nobody gets more, and nobody gets less. But after each week, many CEOs wonder where all that time went. In fact, a 2014 survey of C-level executives found that most couldn’t account for... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Why Praising Effort, Not Achievement, Pays Huge...
    CEO.com - Apr 13
    Praise motivates. Praise encourages. Praise inspires. Sometimes. Depending on the approach you take, praising an employee can actually have the opposite effect. The difference lies in whether we assume skill is based... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Managing The Critical Voices Inside Your Head
    CEO.com - Apr 7
    At 8:20 am, my twelve-year-old daughter, Isabelle, was rushing to meet her ski group. She was 20 minutes late and stressed – she takes her skiing very seriously and was training for a race in a couple of days. Near the... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Leadership, Showmanship, And A Dose Of Dale Earnhardt
    CEO.com - Apr 6
    Running a successful business requires a wide variety of skills, but it also requires something that you probably never factored into your business plan: a flair for the dramatic. Legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Engagement May Not Be What You Think It Is
    CEO.com - Apr 3
    Imagine two adjacent meeting rooms in a conference center. In Room 1, we see a number of breakout groups, each with a half-dozen or so people seated around a table and another person standing next to the table, recording... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • Why We Thrive On Feedback
    CEO.com - Apr 2
    How can you know if you’re making progress towards your goals when you only get feedback from your boss once a year for 10 minutes during your annual review? Feedback is one of the most important things a manager can give... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • At The Helm? Ask These 3 Questions.
    CEO.com - Apr 1
    Being at the helm of an organization holds many responsibilities such as growing marketshare, increasing profits, recruiting the best talent, and satisfying your shareholders. To become a truly transformational leader, you... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • Why It’s Okay To Make Mistakes At Work
    Fortune - Mar 31
    Every business, every employee, and every leader fails at some point in their career, but the difference between a success and a failure is what you learn. Mistakes are a valuable resource that should never be overlooked. Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • 9 Ways Great Leaders Never, Ever Behave
    CEO.com - Mar 30
    People don't do anything worthwhile on their own: launch a business, run a company, or build a successful career. So we don't just want great people to work with us. We need great people to work with us. That is the only... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • 5 Lessons ‘House Of Cards’ Can Teach CEOs About...
    CEO.com - Mar 27
    If you spent the entire weekend binge-watching “House of Cards,” you’re probably fully invested in President Frank Underwood’s rivalry with Russian President Viktor Petrov. In a plotline that draws heavily from... Read »
    4 weeks ago
  • Stop Trying To Do Everything: Practicing The Lost Art...
    CEO.com - Mar 26
    In this time of unprecedented speed and complexity of change, a leader’s ability to think and execute strategically, respond quickly, communicate clearly, and do more with the same amount or fewer resources is required for... Read »
    4 weeks ago