• 7 Common Leadership Mistakes– And How To Avoid...
    Inc - Jul 7
    Not all mistakes are bad. In fact, we often learn more from failure than we do from success. There's really nothing wrong with making mistakes as long as you are prepared to deal with the consequences. A life with no... Read »
    3 hours ago
  • The Condensed Leader’s Guide To Running Meetings
    HBR - Jul 7
    We love to hate meetings. And with good reason — they clog up our days, making it hard to get work done in the gaps, and so many feel like a waste of time. There’s plenty of advice out there on how to stop spending so... Read »
    3 hours ago
  • How The Greek Crisis Affects Your Business In Two...
    Inc - Jul 7
    Half of the states in the U.S. have a higher GDP than the entire country of Greece. In fact, Greece only represents a little over 1% of the GDP in all of Europe. The lion's share of the company's debt is owed to Germany and... Read »
    3 hours ago
  • The Balance Delusion
    Be Leaderly - Jul 7
    Lady Justice is blindfolded for a reason. If Ms. Justice was forced to witness everything that she must balance, she would drop those scales and run. She is deluding herself. And really, to some degree, aren’t we all... Read »
    3 hours ago
  • Not Becoming An Invisible Leader In Your Busiest Times
    Switch and Shift - Jul 6
    Great leadership requires a whole lot more than hard work. Sure, the ability to buckle down and plow through tasks is great, but disappearing into the shadows while doing so is something I call “invisible leadership” —... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 10 Stupid Phrases The Worst Bosses Love To Use
    Inc - Jul 6
    We all over-use certain words and phrases. (Myself definitely included: I'm guilty of ending sentences with "...so..." when I'm not sure what else to say.) That's natural. But, if you're a boss hoping to communicate... Read »
    1 day ago
  • How Leaders Can Slow Time Down
    CEO.com - Jul 2
    The routine of the alarm clock, morning coffee, kids rushing to school and the commute can make work days seem like they get lost in one another. We blink, and we're celebrating a new year. This especially applies to CEOs... Read »
    5 days ago
  • 5 Phrases That Signal You’re About To Make A...
    Forbes - Jul 1
    Instead of preventing ourselves from heading down the wrong path–or admitting we made a mistake–we defensively attempt to rationalize our behavior. Ultimately, we keep digging ourselves deeper. Although it sounds a... Read »
    6 days ago
  • Why You Don’t Need To Become Friends With Every...
    Inc - Jun 30
    People who lead companies are a curious bunch. They often have an out-sized personality, even if that means they are reallyintroverted or really controlling. Some have such a winning personality they could sell tree bark... Read »
    1 week ago
  • When The Business Thrill Is Gone
    CEO.com - Jun 30
    “Have you ever wished that the weekend could pass faster so that you could get to Monday morning quicker?” My wife gave me a look and no response was needed. To her at that moment, she was dealing with a crazy man.... Read »
    1 week ago
  • The One Thing Every Authentic Leader Knows
    Inc - Jun 29
    Not surprisingly, Emergenetics' philosophy is in line with the tenets of authentic leadership. Collaboration, communication, and culture are proven components of business success, and we drive those things home in our... Read »
    1 week ago
  • How Great Leaders Ask Great Questions
    Forbes - Jun 29
    How well do you ask questions? From my experience, most managers don’t think about this issue. After all, you don’t usually find “the ability to ask questions” on any list of managerial competencies; nor is it an... Read »
    1 week ago
  • A Leader’s Guide To Managing Health And Wellness
    Forbes - Jun 26
    In my Forbes series The Insiders, I share the ins and outs of launching and scaling a small business, all through the chronological lens of our own experiences building VerbalizeIt. Through my own experiences and in... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 4 Ways For Control Freaks To Get Comfortable...
    Entrepreneur - Jun 26
    The most successful leaders achieve their goals by capitalizing on their strengths and letting go of the tasks that hinder their productivity. To transition out of the “do-it-yourself” phase and into actually planning... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 4 Rebranding Principles Gleaned From The Golden Arches
    CEO.com - Jun 26
    A lot has changed under the golden arches since Ray Kroc opened the first franchise 60 years ago and turned McDonald’s into the most successful fast-food chain on the planet. The company now faces serious brand challenges... Read »
    1 week ago