Do you let your imagination define your relationships? Do you build up animosity by assuming intent, making judgements and allowing issues to fester? More often than not, disconnects between people are fueled by assumptions and allowed to fester due to a lack of direct communication.
Too many leaders overlook hiring as just another responsibility, and good managers know how to identify talent and plug a hole. But great leaders understand that the right hire will elevate everyone on the team and learn how to recruit team members that change the game. Great leaders see hiring as a strategic priority. Unfilled…
We were just over two months away from wrapping up our best year ever. Momentum was strong. Morale was high. And, the team I had worked so hard to fashion was humming in high-performance mode. And then the shoe dropped. In late October one of my senior executives was recruited away, enticed by the allure…
It takes more than just having smart people. You need leadership, too.
Disciplined execution is important, but it’s only half of what’s needed if you’re going to build something great.
Choosing the right board members is critical for business success. Here are three considerations that can make all the difference.
Here are 5 steps I have taken this year to ensure that I cascade goals that promote teamwork.
To respect and support another person, whether a team member or a spouse, you don’t have to agree. Here’s why…and how you can reframe your mindset.
If you want to build great teams, you have to challenge the typical hiring biases. Here are two flaws in hiring only senior developers.
What are you doing to build your relationships? Are you taking advantage and destroying trust? Here’s a story of a business relationship gone bad because trust was destroyed.