Two words that we hear often today, in politics and business, are Leadership and Sustainability.
(part 2 of a 2 part series – read part 1) When leaders are strictly following policies, procedures, rules and regulations, they will not be productive.
Leaders, imagine a workplace where the welfare of each person is built on an environment of mutual trust and respect and where positive, creative energies engage everyone in a shared purpose; a place where both people and ideas are valued and where all do their best and collaborate to contribute, optimize and improve.
Leaders are sometimes unaware that their actions may be misinterpreted.
Leaders, endings have a way of causing us to pause and reflect. Sometimes those reflections are born from the circumstances of what we see and experience around us in the present moment.
I want to personally thank the About Leaders community for your commitment to leadership.
Last week I heard a group of leaders say, “If we could just get great employees to want to come to work and work when they are here we would be unstoppable!” Can you relate to this?
Part 2 of a 2 Part Series If we don’t take the time to define the things that we hope will define us, we’re always going to feel as if we aren’t living up to the person we want to be.
Part 1 of a 2 Part Series A few years ago, at the end of a first-year university workshop on leadership theory with a heavy focus on the ideas of transformational and servant leadership, a young woman who had been sitting near the front approached me.
There is an old saying about those who have climbed the ladder of success, which is “The higher the monkey climbs the tree, the more of his butt you’ll see.”