The key to really making things happen and changing our lives is decision making. Most importantly, taking quick action once a decision is made.
Most of the emotional distress that clients suffer—indeed, much of the psychological dysfunction in the world in general—comes from substituting power for value.
Taken from “The Truth About Leadership” by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. http://www.truthaboutleadership.com. There are fundamental principles that inform and support the practices of leadership that were true 30 years ago, are true today and will be true… Read More ›
It’s not your fault … but it might be your responsibility. That’s a fork in the road on the way to becoming a professional. ~ Seth Godin
In the book King, Warrior, Magician, Lover, Psychologist Robert Moore took the concept of Jung’s archetypes and used it to create a framework that explained the development of mature and integral masculinity in men. Moore argued that the problems we see with… Read More ›
Have you ever encountered an employee who appears to have quit but still shows up to work everyday? Well, Madeleine Homan-Blanchard, Coaching and Neuroscience expert, offers the following advice on how to handle such a situation: I think the only thing… Read More ›
While endings are a natural part of business and life, we often experience them with a sense of hesitation, sadness, resignation, or regret. But our personal and professional lives can only improve to the degree that we can see endings… Read More ›
Here’s some great advice on leadership from Steve Keating, a sales, leadership and team building guru: Strong successful leaders actually staff for their weaknesses. They are not threatened by those who may know more than they do in particular areas…. Read More ›
What causes well-meaning people to make poor decisions? According to Harvard Business review, researchers looked at 360-feedback data from more than 50,000 leaders to find the most common paths that lead to bad decisions. They include: 1. Waiting too long… Read More ›
How do we get people to become “success seekers” instead of “failure avoiders”? ~Scott Geller Attention all Parents, Teachers and Managers This is a message for anyone who is a leader or striving to become one. Elements of Self-Motivation Research… Read More ›