I was very fortunate to be in the audience for a leadership event where local leaders were speaking.
Working for one of the largest employers in my community, I was surprised at all of the alumni from my high school who also worked there. I grew up in a small town about 90 minutes from the city I worked at. My senior class was the largest in school history at a whopping 135
“What did he call it again? It was an interesting word,” remarked the promoter.
How quickly do you fail? The answer to that question can determine how quickly you become a great leader.
Source: flickr It’s amazing to me how leaders still can’t see the forest for the trees, or in this case, the lug nuts for the tire.
I vividly recall my old physics teacher, Mr. Dill, defining gravity as a force that attracts things to each other, in which the strength of the force is relative to how big the two objects are.
Weekend football games bring me back to my glory days of high school football; and I have all the stories to prove it. Yes, I was 6 feet 4 inches tall in high school even though I’m only 5’7” now and I would have played pro football if only (insert any one of 500 reasons).
Picture yourself in the latest leadership skills training event you attended. It was likely a mid-week event because most effective development professionals understand the Friday means you’re going to leave early.
I’ve discovered there are some leadership secrets to making cookies with your kids
As far as leadership skills go, how good are you at being a loser? How prepared are you to lose?