Tag: Defining Leadership


Leading Made Simple™ for Entrepreneurs

Leading Made Simple™ for Entrepreneurs

Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the dynamic, smart, and warm Olivia Lee on her new radio show called The Power of WE. The audience is women entrepreneurs, so she asked me to offer some lessons learned from my own entrepreneurial journey. We talked about topics such as how I got started, [...]


What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

How would you respond if I said to you, “Every job is a leadership position”? Does it seem like a nice concept, but not a real possibility? Or is it the way you approach your job and the way you expect others to approach theirs? If you don’t have a title that is labeled specifically [...]


What Does Leadership Look Like?

While scanning through some of my earliest blog entries I came across one that had me reflect on the fundamental purpose of this blog:  to inspire everyday leadership through everyday actions. We may have an idea of what leadership is, but what does it look like in everyday action?  In the post titled  The Red Car Theory of Leadership I [...]


The Urge to Lead

Since Lolly Daskal and I launched our You Matter Radio Show  in January 2010 we have interviewed an amazing array of truly bright, inspired and inspiring people from around the world.  Our interviews are a way for us to inquire into the limitless ways people are making a difference by leveraging their unique passions, talents [...]


REAL Leadership

Mike Henry, Founder of the Lead Change Group and the LeaderPalooza unconference organizer asked the participants of the first LeaderPalooza to share their thoughts about the unique value of the event and the Lead Change Group.  Here are my reflections a few weeks after the event. In February 2010 I had the privilege to spend [...]

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