I was asked the other day, what would I say was my most memorable accomplishment to date? I was very quick to answer… Why? I had been thinking about this just last week for a potential blog post. I did not answer with the usual “things” that I have made happen in my career. I have
When I was training new managers at Intel, I used to start off with one simple statement to kick off the training. “Let’s start with getting a piece of paper out and putting a T chart on it – label one side “G” and the other “B” . As we are walking through the training material.
This Thursday’s thought is centered on Leadership! It is going to be on what is new in leadership… Is there anything new in leadership? When you sit down and look at your team’s leaders and anyone you follow – is there anything that they are doing differently than other folks? My initial thought was of
Today’s thought comes from a place that I have spent a lot of time learning, practicing and teaching – leadership. It means a lot to different people. “I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people” – Mahatma Gandhi When we are all out looking for a leader
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