What are your conversations about when you pull your key leadership team together? Do you spend most of your time dreaming about where you’re going? Or do you actually get down to brass tacks about how to get there? Do
Tripped across a really good podcast today that honors Peter Drucker and it features Marshall Goldsmith, Frances Hesselbein, Tom Peters and David Maister. Very interesting stuff. Lots to learn in a conversation like this. You can listen in right here.
Looking for some great ideas in leadership development? Or maybe you’re ready to develop a marketing strategy? churchrelevance.com points us to an interesting set of links to free online resources assembled by suite101 that are definitely worth checking out. For
So you’ve been working on getting the right people on the bus and now it’s time to start thinking about moving them into the right seats. You know you need to do that. Right? Having the right people on the
According to Peter Drucker, "the allocation of capital and people will determine whether the organization will do well or poorly." So a key question might be, are you properly allocated? How serious are you about what you’re doing? Serious enough
Kathy Sierra has a great post today on The Zone of Mediocrity. You’ve got to take a look at it! So many of us are dealing with just this struggle in what we’re doing. Under the heading of YOU CAN’T
Are you making the kind of difference you could be? Or do you get to the end of a day and realize that you’re only firing on some of your cylinders? A couple years ago I came across a great
How do you feel about your job? Do you love what you get to do? I remember hearing a speaker years ago talk about his job and say "what a scam! To get paid to do what you only dream
Have you discovered Bob Sutton? I mean, I know you’ve been checking out Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths And Total Nonsense, but have you taken a look at Bob’s blog? If you haven’t, it’s definitely time to pop over there and
Looking for a way to improve the quality of your next meeting? Here are some great ideas from Sanders Says, Tim Sanders new blog: Don’t write down anything except the promises that you make, or action items you are assigned.