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Leadership Risks, Fear of Failure, CEO

In his book Winners Never Cheat, Jon H Huntsman references a 2004 survey that found that three in five senior leaders in Fortune 1,000 companies had no desire to become CEO. That is a lot of top leadership turning away what many would consider the most coveted position in a top company. Why? The reason […] Read More

leader reflecting on what good he has done, leader pondering the good he has done

I remember a leader I really admired years ago who said there are days when in quiet reflection he would ask himself… “I wonder if I have really done any good?” I was surprised that this leader would ask this question—of course he had! He had done a lot of good, and I could easily […] Read More

Do This One Thing to be a More Charismatic Leader post image

All through the history of time we have been affected by charismatic leaders. They have impacted the world and they have impacted you—whether directly or indirectly. People are drawn to and want to follow charismatic leaders. Many believed for a long time that charisma was this mysterious charm that either you had or didn’t have. […] Read More

being more kind, unkindness, bully, technique for reacting to someone who is mean

How you handle adversity as a leader says a lot about you as a leader. And, there are ways to handle it appropriately and there are ways not to. I found the following video on bullying. It is done by a man named Brooks Gibbs. He has a really good technique for stopping bullies. He […] Read More

leadership, one thing, team leaders, leadership on teams

It is not uncommon for leaders to get stuck managing from the top down. They see themselves as the only ones able to lead and when decisions need to be made they are the only one to make them. They create a culture of everyone looking towards the leader. When something needs to get approved, […] Read More