• If You Can’t Say What Your Meeting Will...
    HBR - Apr 18
    How many times have you walked out of a theoretically important meeting—a leadership offsite, a C-suite pow-wow, a sit-down with the board—thinking, That was a great discussion, but I’m not sure we really accomplished... Read »
    5 months ago
  • How To Stop Micromanaging Your Team
    Entrepreneur - Mar 29
    Holding employees accountable to their assigned tasks without micromanaging is a classic workplace dilemma that can be difficult to navigate. The leaders of some of the best workplaces have turned the challenge on its... Read »
    6 months ago
  • How Overfocusing On Goals Can Hold Us Back
    HBR - Mar 17
    Imagine you want to design a robot that can get through a maze by itself. How might you go about it? First, you would probably define the robot’s objective: Find the exit of the maze. Then you would create a mechanism to... Read »
    6 months ago
  • The Perils Of Overmonitoring Your Behavior And Goals
    HBR - Feb 19
    Some people are pretty oblivious to time. They work crazy late, but they can’t remember what they did, they forget to eat, and they go through life in a bit of a haze. For people in this category, the current trend of... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Why There’s No Such Thing As Impossible
    Forbes - Feb 4
    Recently, the BBC aired a program telling the heartwarming story of Sir Nicholas Winton, the young man who coordinated the rescue of 669 children from the then Czechoslovakia as World War II began to break out. Today,... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Leadership Re-defined: Individuals Who Step Up To...
    Huffington Post - Jan 21
    To be a leader you have to combine both brains and heart to accomplish goals and to create impact. Here's also the thing - a leader isn't just defined as someone designated by hierarchy or corporate structure. You will find... Read »
    8 months ago
  • 4 Steps To Take To Start A Successful Peer...
    Entrepreneur - Jan 5
    Here's a piece of early-2016 bad new for managers and employers: Employees care more about the approval of their peers than that of their superiors. And there's proof: A 2014 TinyPulse survey of more than 200,000... Read »
    8 months ago
  • When You Should Worry About Failure, And When You...
    HBR - Jan 5
    We all fail, all the time. We might miss a call with a client because of an emergency work meeting, or miss that meeting because another project has suddenly become urgent. And then we (or our families) get sick, and we have... Read »
    8 months ago
  • 50 Thoughts That Can Motivate You To Do Anything
    Entrepreneur - Jan 4
    Motivation can be hard to come by, especially in the face of challenges or difficult work. When you’re thinking about implementing that new idea, or starting that new company or beginning that new regimen -- this is the... Read »
    8 months ago
  • 5 Simple Steps You Must Take For A Successful New Year
    Forbes - Jan 4
    Management is hard. But many times we make it more difficult than it has to be. Here are five simple steps you must take for a successful New Year. Read »
    8 months ago
  • 4 Ways To Get Employees Moving After The Holidays
    Entrepreneur - Jan 4
    It was the most wonderful time of the year -- but these days it’s also the most stressful. After the holidays, employees reluctantly return to work to face a mountain of work, stuffed inboxes and year-end goals that still... Read »
    8 months ago
  • Leaders: Ask Yourselves These Three Questions
    Entrepreneur - Dec 11
    Entrepreneurs rarely have time for self-reflection. However, asking yourself three critical questions can prevent your brand, team and personal life from fizzling into mediocrity or complacency, according to Jeffrey... Read »
    9 months ago
  • Why Success Is Not A Goal, But A Way Of Life
    Entrepreneur - Dec 7
    When you meet a successful executive or business leader – I mean the real deal, not a shyster CEO of a one-person company playing make-believe – there’s a real tendency to assume he’s led a charmed life and... Read »
    9 months ago
  • 12 Reasons Entrepreneurs With Type-A Personalities...
    Entrepreneur - Nov 23
    Personalities fit into one of two groups -- Type A and Type B -- it’s one or the other. Type A's typically are extremely motivated individuals with lofty goals and the internal fire to go after anything they desire. Type... Read »
    10 months ago
  • 9 Ways To Finish The Year Strong
    Forbes - Nov 23
    Shockingly, it will be 2016 in a little more than a month. Everyone I know seems to be taken off-guard by this fact.  I’ve been a part of many conversations in the past couple of weeks where one person says, “Can... Read »
    10 months ago