Advice often backfires but leaders can still influence their team rephrasing the language they choose when they coach.
Do you find it difficult to motivate your overworked team? This article examines one critical thing you might be missing.
Though 50% of the population is extroverted, 96% of managers and executives display extroverted personalities. This article examines why most companies are missing the boat with succession planning and promotions.
Working too many hours as a manager? You're taking on too many hot potato's. It's time to give them back.
A baseball catcher is the closest position to a manager in sports. In this article, I look at how the greatest catchers coach their pitchers to the next level.
I examine the team dynamics of a steel company in crisis in this article. The lessons in leadership apply in any high-pressure business situation.
The only thing worse than reducing your workforce is notifying people who felt they were safe. I examine an ugly example of a layoff gone wrong and three lessons learned from the experience.
History is our best teacher for how to proceed in a crisis. In this article, I examine my personal experience with a home builder during the credit crisis to demonstrate how leaders can act today.
Conventional wisdom states that leaders should zig when others zag. But is this advice prudent when it involves the safety of your team? When your decisions impact the well-being of others, lean instead on the wisdom of crowds.