Category Archives: Executive Leadership

Executive Leadership for professional success, personal fulfillment, and community well-being.

CEO’s guide to leadership development

When it comes to #leadershipdevelopment, what’s the difference between a CEO that is just “involved” and one that is really committed?

Here are 10 things that I believe would give any CEO the best return on their time invested. The good news is that none of these involve spending much money, and they may already be doing many of them:

“The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed.” — Martina Navratilova

Speak From The Heart

Difficult conversations with difficult people come in all sorts of situations and circumstances.  Often they involve a sensitive topic, and we worry about finding the perfect time and perfect place to approach it.

So how do you engage in a difficult conversation with a difficult person?

The answer is in the heart.

Speak From The Heart

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The Four Most Powerful Lessons in Management

#Leaders and managers who couple these approaches with solid knowledge of the market and a worthwhile product or service will find that, over time, they can’t help but succeed. #leadershiptips

These four principles have kept me from getting bogged down in abstraction and from thinking of people as a means to an end, and they’ve guided me to design meaning into my goals.

Four Most Powerful Lessons in Management

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Be A Positive Force

#Positive #psychology sounds like another fad or for those of us chronic doomsayers, just plain “Pollyanna”.  We all know the world we see has positive and negative energy.  The question I have been asked on occasions is “By being positive, aren’t we just lying to ourselves?”  Another concern centers on being authentic.  ”Surely being positive constantly can’t be authentic, because bad things happen.”

Well actually I do believe you can be a positive force, in all types of situations.  If you want to lead people in the right direction, here are 7 uncommon ways you can be a positive influence on yourself and others. #leadershipdevelopment #leadershiptips

7 Uncommon Ways to be a Positive Influence on You and Your Team