Category: Leading Organizations

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How to Make Great Decisions

How to Make Great Decisions

How many decisions do you make in a day?  It may surprise you that “the average amount of remotely conscious decisions an adult makes each day equals about 35,000.” Of course, many of these decisions, like what color socks to wear or which route to take to the office, aren’t likely to make or break your day [...]

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A Leader’s Words Matter

A Leaders Words Matter

“Your words are your wand.” – Florence Schovel Shinn Words are the tools leaders use to shape what is possible for the future, as well as the experience of the present for better or for worse. A leader’s words can… Build someone’s self-esteem, or diminish their sense of self-worth. Evoke excitement and enthusiasm, or stoke [...]

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Are You Being Strategic?

Are You Being Strategic?

Does success mean checking things off of your “to do” list or project plan, or does success mean achieving an outcome or result that is strategic and matters to you or others? For example… …when you go to college, do you ultimately aspire to get a degree or to get a good paying job? …when [...]

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3 Ingredients of a Great Meeting

3 Ingredients of a Great Meeting

Despite the rampant complaints about meetings that waste time and squander resources, the problem of too many poorly-designed and poorly-run meetings persists. An agenda isn’t the answer… The solution to bad meetings that has been touted for years has been to create an agenda. Except, even with an agenda, a meeting can still be a [...]

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