Tag Archives: Leader

Fit Factors: What are yours? Do you know?

Have you ever heard anyone say either of the following: “That company is just not the right “fit” for me…” “That person is just not the right “fit” for what we are looking for…” I have. I’ve said both of … Continue reading

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Why It’s Better to Finish 3rd Instead of 2nd

Quick question: Who’s happier when standing on the podium during the Olympics? The person who won the silver medal or the person who won the bronze medal? You might be surprised by the answer to this question and the reason … Continue reading

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Investing or Spending Your Time – Leadership Lesson from Best CEO in America

Do you spend your time or do you invest your time? Have you ever stepped back to evaluate this and differentiate your time in this way? Time is one of the most important currencies we have as humans and as … Continue reading

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“Help me help you!”: How to help your leader

Remember the famous scene from Jerry MaGuire when Jerry is on his knees begging Rod Tidwell to “Help me help you!” in response to his “show me the money” tirade? Well, this applies to leaders because we all need others … Continue reading

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Is passion really important?

A few years ago I heard the best definition of passion I’ve heard and it really resonated with me. This quote reminded me of the importance of passion and how passion is the fuel that drives us to do great … Continue reading

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One leadership concept that will lead you to greatness

Do you know what you or your organization can be the best in the world at doing? Do you know what you or your organization is passionate about? Do you know what you or your organization’s economic drivers are?   Those … Continue reading

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What the Germans teach us about prioritization

There is one leadership mistake I see happen often that renders a leader ineffective. As a leader, we are responsible to make key decisions. It comes with the territory. These could be decisions related to directional or strategic decisions or … Continue reading

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