Tag: leadership

The Stunning Power of Knowing Thyself

Dr. Tasha Eurich

This article by Clifton Leaf was first published on Fortune.  Long ago, on the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo in Delphi, the Seven Sages were said to have carved two words into a stone: Know Thyself. The words, Socrates tells us, were to be

Tagged with: , , ,

5 Essential Lessons My Clients Taught Me in 2016

Dr. Tasha Eurich

In addition to providing a welcome opportunity to eat and drink with wild abandon, the holidays are a great time to reflect on our year. Personally, 2016 required me to get out of my comfort zone. I temporarily scaled back

Tagged with: , , ,

7 Ways To Transform Your Leadership

Rowdy McLean

There are few things more frustrating in business than poor, weak or misguided leadership. Show me a business with poor leadership and I will show you a business that is dysfunctional, inefficient, and struggling to keep its head above water. When

Tagged with: , , ,

Using a Technology Halo to Increase your Customer WOW Factor

Scott Klososky

This article by Corey White of Future Point of View, Scott Klososky’s consulting firm, was first published on Technology Story. A quick keyword search on Google reports that in the month of October the term “digital marketing” was searched 135,000

Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Uber vs Taxi: A lesson in adapting to market trends

Rowdy McLean

The Uber transport phenomenon has upset people all over the world. Some people absolutely love it and some people categorically hate it. Uber users love it. Taxi companies hate it. I don’t have any sympathy for the taxi companies, and

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Does Your Office Have a Positive Vibe?

Shawn Achor

Help people fall in love with your company. In any line of work, there’s a good chance you do your fair of selling. You’re selling your ideas, your products, even yourself. Maybe you’re not in sales—but don’t forget to sell

Tagged with: , , , ,

To See Solutions, Look at Problems From Everyone’s Perspective

Dr. Tasha Eurich

I recently spent a week in Manila with one of my favorite clients. The trip was fantastic, but getting there was, to put it mildly, a bit of a nightmare. After many hours of hopelessly boarding and deplaning a Hong

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Reaching Success and Significance: An Interview with Dr. Nido Qubein

Dr. Nido Qubein

This podcast interview with Dr. Nido Qubein was conducted by Misti Burmeister and was first published on mistiburmeister.com. Beyond being one of the most articulate communicators on the planet, Dr. Nido Qubein is a humble leader, with a waiting line

Tagged with: , , , ,

Why Humble Leaders Inspire Loyal Teams

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Last week, my mom told me a gem of a story. She was 23 and had just started her first year as a high school English teacher. One day, she got out the record player as part of a lesson,

Tagged with: , , ,

Don’t Let Fear Stop You!

Rowdy McLean

I get to work with a lot of executive management groups across the globe; helping them develop strategies to play a bigger game, achieve more, be more, do more and have more. I find the dynamics and interactions of these

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Putnam Discusses Creating a Culture of Innovation

Howard Putnam

“Turbulence is inevitable, but misery is optional,” author and former Southwest Airlines CEO Howard Putnam told 2000 attendees at the 2015 NACHA Payments System Awards Luncheon in New Orleans, sponsored by TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, Tuesday, April 21, at

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Why Continuing Education is Vital For Every Entrepreneur

Scott Klososky

This article was originally published on Future Point of View. A college degree, such as a bachelor’s degree, is important. A degree of this kind opens a wide range of doors for any person hoping to break into an enterprise. It also

Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Leadership Behaviors Required for a Customer Focused Culture

Lisa Ford, customer service skills

Culture is reflected in how people behave. It is a given if you want to change your culture, you must change behaviors. Leaders set the example as they demonstrate it’s about everyone’s behavior. Leadership has to be focused on the

Tagged with: , , ,

Top 8 Lessons My Clients Taught Me in 2014

It’s been an unbelievable year. I’ve worked with executives in oil and gas, hospitality, accounting, utilities, engineering, construction, retail, steel, education, manufacturing, IT, and banking (to name a few!). I’ve helped my clients become and build better leaders, develop and

Tagged with: , ,

Humalogy, the Perfect Blending of Humanity & Technology

Scott Klososky

This article by Tom Henricksen was originally published on MyITCoachCareer.com.   “In the old days, we painstakingly copied our emails onto paper, put a stamp on them and mailed them to arrive 4 to 5 days later. We also churned

Tagged with: , , , ,

Marketing in the Digital Age

Scott Klososky

A look at four essential technology strategies The responsibilities of an organization’s leadership team are not getting any easier.  As technology continues to change the business landscape for the C-suite, you must now lead your company in using that technology

Tagged with: , , , ,

TEDxMileHigh: Be Awesome at Anything – Dr. Tasha Eurich

Is leadership something we’re born with, or can we learn to be better leaders? In this thought-provoking talk at TEDxMileHigh Emergence 2014, Dr. Tasha Eurich shares three key steps to be not just awesome at leadership, but anything else you

Tagged with: , , , ,

How a Warehouse Leader Used Technology as a Solution

As Jim Kimble often says, no one cares about moving thousands of brown boxes a day – right up until they don’t get out the door on time, then everyone cares!  Jim is the COO at Jasco Products and he

Tagged with: , , , ,

Dead Leaders Walking

At some level, I am tired of talking about leadership, and am sure many leaders are sick of reading about it.  This is an extremely over-talked about subject.  I retired from doing speeches about leadership in general some years ago

Tagged with: , , , ,

Meaningful Work: Not Just for Millennials

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Americans spend at least half of our waking hours at work.  Given the role work plays in our lives, most people strive for a sense of purpose and meaning in what we do.  What precisely constitutes meaning can be different

Tagged with: , , , ,