Take Time to Express Your Intentions (10/2/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Awareness, Communication, Executive Leadership, Influence, Leadership, Learning, Recognition, Vision - In any situation, where there’s a vacuum of information, people will make it up. This is especially true of leaders in organizations. People constantly interpret the motives of everything the leader says and does. So it’s best to express your intention, so no one wastes time trying to figure it out or make it up. […]
Why Executive Leaders Set Clear Objectives (9/14/2017) Posted in: Accountability, Awareness, Communication, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Recognition, Teambuilding, Vision - Clarity is an important factor to the success of a leader, a team and an organization. If people aren’t clear about their role and what they’re supposed to be doing every day, they will swirl and become less and less effective. To progress toward your vision, you need a clear roadmap and that includes objectives. […]
Set Clear Expectations for Best Results (8/30/2017) Posted in: Accountability, Authenticity, Awareness, Business Performance, Communication, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Recognition, Teambuilding, Vision - While clear communication is important in everything you do as a leader, one aspect that deserves special attention is setting expectations. It’s an area many executives take for granted when they assume people understand what’s expected or when they think they don’t need to explicitly communicate expectations. Your role as a leader is to set […]
Authentic Vulnerability Builds Trust (7/31/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Awareness, Communication, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Recognition, Teambuilding - Showing vulnerability takes courage, but it’s also one of the most powerful ways to connect with people and gain their trust.
Executives Lead Themselves First (7/6/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Communication, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Recognition - Before we can lead others, we must first be able to lead ourselves. Because if we’re not willing to do the work needed to continually grow and excel, our teams won’t either.