Why should your frontline leaders need to care about employee performance? It might seem like a “no-brainer” that frontline leaders should do so. The problem is that they may not understand how dramatically they influence that performance.
Implement Your Resolutions
How do you put your leadership resolutions into action? Do you know which leadership lessons will help you make lasting change in your team? The reality is most people have ideas and aspirations, but they never build up enough traction to actually get started. They end up tossing their ideas aside before they even have […]
Explore Your Options
Do you know why you should consider your options? You don’t want to narrow down your choices too quickly when solving problems or making decisions. My dad always told me when I was buying something, I needed to look at two or three different options. He was coaching me on how to become a better […]
Maximizing Leadership Training Impact
What factors make the difference when it comes to the success of leadership training in your organization? How can you as a manager ensure that your leadership team gets the biggest bang for their buck when it comes to leadership training? Here are the three biggest insights we’ve gained over the past 30 plus years, […]
How Should Leaders Apologize?
How should leaders apologize? In a recent Leader Feeder episode, I discussed that one of the first steps to rebuild trust is to offer a sincere apology. A recent study revealed helpful suggestions on the difference between an ineffective and effective apology. Whether you watch a politician, an actor or a business executive apologize, there […]