Simplify Leadership: Appreciate
When you take time out of your day to engage with your team members, to thank them for their work, you'd better believe it matters. And
Lie to Me: A Case Study in Integrity
Whether we like to admit it or not, morality is hardly ever black and white. Sometimes as leaders, we come face to face with the reality tha
The Death of the "M"-word
Being a leader is complicated, because people are complicated. There's no escaping it. If you don't think you can handle it, then do
Find Your Zen
How many times have you had an employee in your office, frustrated and telling you in no uncertain terms that they can't work with a...
Reconnect With Your Inner Child - It Will Make You A Better Employee
The simple truth is, we've had the right stuff inside us the whole time. We learned it at a young age. But somewhere along the line we s
A lot of bloggers (myself included) spend a lot of time talking about what leadership is, and giving (hopefully) helpful guidance on how...
Context Is King
The other day as I was coming into the office, I happened to pass by one of my coworkers who was already at her desk working. I said good m
The Power of an Apology
I'm a firm believer that we learn more from mistakes than we do from successes. And as I reflected on this series of events over the nex
You've Got The Power
The other day, I was scrolling through Facebook, and I get a notification that my friend and college roommate tagged me. He shares very...
What Being a Parent Has Taught Me About Leadership
I have noticed that the seasons of my life can also be observed in my approach to my job.