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Compassionate Leader. Leader Story

Leadership Story to Inspire If you ask people what kind of things they want in a leader - a compassionate leader would be at the top of the list for most. In this day and age we need more compassionate and thoughtful leaders like the following story. As Gandhi stepped aboard a train one day, […] Read More

Teamwork is a Choice – Powerful Leadership Story post image

You might have noticed I have been focusing a lot lately on the power of teammates (see "Why is it Always The Leader's Fault? Who's Responsible for Teamwork?" and "The 3 Most Thought Provoking Questions a Team Member Can Ask"). Often times when we talk about teamwork, we talk mostly about the leader. We expect […] Read More

Teamwork, team member, teammate, member of team questions.

In my work with teams over the years, I have used a lot of questions to provoke discussion. But nothing is more powerful than having members of teams look inward and question their true contribution to the team, their potential contribution and their level of commitment. We spend a lot of time looking to the leader […] Read More

Leader Story – Don’t Judge to Quickly – Leadership Story

Leaders should assume positive intent in most cases. Often times we create untrue as well as unfair stories in our head about others. Last week in a blog post titled, "As a Leader I Hate That I Do This - How About You?" I talked about how we tend to create such stories from the […] Read More

Care Less About What Others Think, Leadership Tips, Caring Leaders, Courageous Leadership

There are a lot of things I am working on to improve as a leader, but there is one thing I have seen other leaders struggle with as a consultant, and I have struggled with the same thing. What is it? Worrying too much about what others think, including those we lead. My personality has […] Read More