Month: December 2013


Make Room for Your Dreams

The turn of a new year is a bit like turning over the page to a clean sheet of paper.  For many it’s a time of dreaming, resolutions, and goal setting. Chances are, even if you didn’t cast a resolution or set goals, that clean sheet of paper will fill quickly once the new year [...]


The Hierarchy of Knowledge

Following is a guest post from Mike Myatt.  He is America’s Top CEO Coach, recognized by Thinkers50 as a global authority on the topic of leadership, a Forbes leadership columnist, author of Leadership Matters,  CEO at N2growth, and is a Senior Fellow at the Gordian Institute. His new book, Hacking Leadership: The 11 Gaps Every [...]


Applying Neuroscience for New Leadership Results

Today’s article is from Rebel Brown, someone I admire greatly for constantly learning and leading the way to applying new knowledge and ideas to help us all be better and do better.  Her latest work, The Influential Leader, is no exception. Why are humans so darned unpredictable? If we’re so logical, why do we make [...]


Take Off the Cuffs

“Golden handcuffs” is a phrase used to describe a system of financial incentives designed to keep key employees from leaving a company. If you are wearing them, however, they likely feel a lot more like a safety and security net, than like restraints. Of course, if you love what you do and where you work it could [...]