Over the many years of me teaching how to manage, volunteering and working for non-profits or just working part-time for the holidays, I have most certainly believe that leadership is not only positional. How many times have you worked in an organization that is struggling? Ever just sit back and watch how things are done?
I spent the past 3 months helping out a Presidential candidate with the social media and whatever else I could do to get their name out. It was not one of the big two candidates. It was not a red or blue pill. Just a third party candidate. One of the key take-away items that
A lot of time has passed since I first read this article. I keep going back to it because it has some lessons leaders of tomorrow need to remember. Rod Cartwright has written a great article Six Lessons for the Leaders of Tomorrow, October 30, 2014. For me, this is one of those articles I dust
Update at the end! This morning I was thinking that I need to do something different. I haven’t written anything about leadership in awhile. Not because I didn’t want too. I was in a rut. I have been watching too much about our Presidential candidates and feeling like there is a lack of true leadership
I have been very fortunate to work for and consult with some amazing companies. I was asked by some folks, “what makes a workplace work for you?” It did not take me too long to pick the 3 things that stand out for me – well trained and continuing to grow, letting me do my