It’s been said, “Relationship is the foundation of accomplishment.” Make relationship-building your leadership super-power. Here’s how:
Behavior change is tough…and changing our own behavior can be the toughest of all. Take a page from James Clear’s book Atomic Habits and start behavior change from the inside out. Commit to being differently, and then back it up by acting differently.
Our daily, ‘automatic’ behavior sends a strong message. Here are five leadership habits which will engage people, open lines of communication, and promote the desired mindset.
Next time you’re tempted to make a speech at your foremen’s meeting, ask them a question first. Here twenty-five questions to get your front-line leaders thinking.
No one has greater influence over daily performance than front-line leaders. So why do most organizations have such lousy foremen’s meetings? Here are five steps to make your foremen’s meeting matter.
The things we do most often send a powerful message about what matters to us. Here are habits and rituals you can use to influence performance within your team.
Twenty-one questions to think about and discuss with your team the next time you face a ‘now what!?’ leadership moment.
Moments of doubt offer the opportunity to look within – at ourselves and how we relate to our work and our team – to find breakthrough solutions.
A ‘Listening Tour’ is a way for leaders to engage their organization in a conversation. Good questions are vital to a successful Listening Tour — here are twenty-one to get you started.
Surveys rarely lead to effective action: teams get mired in analyzing the results, debating the meaning of various numbers, and arguing over what people really meant by their responses. There’s a better way: ‘listening tours’ allow leaders to have real conversations with employees to understand how people think and feel.