What are the most important decisions you make as a leader in your organization? In my mind, the answer is straightforward.
As leaders, we have to recognize that the most important “I” in team is the one we’re responsible for: ourselves.
In this episode of the Steal My Show podcast, Mike Manion and I discuss high performing teams, steps for deliberately building them, and how humble confidence ties it all together.
Great teams don’t just happen. Here’s how to build a great team, gleaned from my experience.
Let’s look at four ways to focus and build your number 1 priority, teamwork.
One of the big mistakes a lot of people make is to assume that when they take ownership, it means that they don’t need help. Here’s how humble confidence gets applied to take that viewpoint to the right level.
Building trust is critical for good teamwork. But how do you do that and make it last?
Trust and leadership go hand-in-hand. Inspired by Patrick Lencioni, here’s a reflection on how the two work together and lead to high performance teams.
Is it possible to have no worries at work? Probably not, but here’s my strategy for getting rid of quite a bit of the worry and stress many leaders face.
NBA coach Brad Stevens is humble confidence at its core. He’s successful because he’s a true leader and he’s humble enough to involve others.