Are you reactive or proactive in your leadership? As a leader you will have to respond to crisis. How will you respond? The broad difference between the reactive and proactive leader needs to be understood in order for you to realize how you can succeed far better than you think. Proactive leaders lead by example.
"I think in terms of the day's resolutions, not the years'." ~Henry Moore As 2018 closes, you welcome 2019 with all the optimism to grow your business beyond from where it is right now. As the year begins to unfold, most New Year’s resolutions are already falling by the wayside. Now is the time, however,
In today’s complex business world, leaders want to simplify leadership to be as effective and efficient as possible. Essentially, if leadership were that easy, everyone would be a leader. For many it’s not. Here are a few areas that will help leaders simplify both leadership and organization. Combined these processes will create greater breakthrough results.
Being a juggler is one thing as they can juggle several balls at once. Being an executive having to do the work in order to juggle everything you have to do is very different. Overwhelmed by stress and frustration does lead to overwhelm has you not knowing what to do now. Unless you are proactive
In today’s business world taking risks is the name of the game in order to thrive beyond your expectations. Yet too many leaders are afraid to take any kind of risk for fear of failure or making mistakes. Business today requires you to take calculated risks for greater creativity and innovation. This is more so
“Getting Stuck is Not a Problem. Staying Stuck is”- Alistair Smith There is nothing more daunting than staring at a blank computer screen or blank page to write your Pulitzer Prize best-selling book with blank pages. Yet business executives just like everyone else from time-to-time experience getting stuck on ideas to help you complete a
A New Way of Seeing, Thinking & Leading More Effectively Bouncing back from a setback for most people you may not want to continue with what you are trying to do. For resilient leaders, you forge ahead with persistence to reach the goal(s) you set out to accomplish. On top of this is the innovation
How Not to Surround Yourself with “Yes”-People Can Conflict Make You A Better Leader? “It's better to hang out with people better than you. Pick out associates whose behavior is better than yours and you'll drift in that direction.” -Warren Buffett One of the most important decisions you make in life is who you choose
“Remember when you see a man at the top of a mountain, he didn’t fall there.” – Unknown The old saying of “when the going gets tough the tough get going” could never be more appropriate for leaders during these extremely harrowing economic times. Hard or difficult times for many businesses today have a lot
Every Disaster Is an Opportunity You Must Seize “There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period.” -Brene Brown With the inability to solve the ongoing projects due to not having enough time and running into obstacles at every turn, how can you as the leader help reduce these difficulties? Both managing or leading people