During my years in leadership, I’ve learned that most leaders spend a disproportionate amount of resources dealing with squirrels (problem employees) instead of birds (superstars). How about you?
In sports as in life, victims make excuses for their failures while victors get busy scouting for their next success.
You can leave a legacy even if your name is never spoken aloud, you never win an award, and fans never scream your name. Tracy Bradford is that kind of legacy.
Pouring money into salaries isn’t a sound engagement and retention strategy. It’s like admitting, “Look, I know it really sucks here. So why don’t I throw a few more bills your way?”
Many people complain that they work for the world’s worst boss, but how do you know if your boss really deserves that title?
How do you think your life will be summarized when you’re gone? Will you be described by your gender, profession, marital status, age, and place of birth? Or will your character show up?
Setbacks can be HUGE and unavoidable. Instead of living in fear of them, learn to train your eyes on the silver linings they bring.
Watching Marshawn Lynch on media day reminded me of a powerful truth: COMPLIANCE CREATES DEFIANCE. As a leader, avoid this lose-lose trap!
Ignored and in silence, rice and water turn murky and rancid over time. The same is true of employees.
Rock-n-roll has long been associated with sex, drugs, and more rock-n-roll. But did you know you can learn 4 valuable leadership lessons from the best…
You achieve your happiest and highest performing version of yourself the moment you step into your strengths and act upon your purpose.
When it comes to attending my kids’ school programs, I’m an awful parent. Some parents really get into it. I’m lucky if I show up in matching shoes and pants.