Great leaders reduce or eliminate destructive drama inside their organizations. They do it by creating extreme clarity for everybody on their team. Here’s what I mean by that. (more…)
Nothing is more destructive to a leader than his ego. Our ego is never more present that in an argument.
It’s our ego that insists our idea is the best, that we know the answer, that people just need to do what we say and everything will be good.
It’s our ego that makes us say snarky, sarcastic, cruel things to the people we love the most.
And it’s our ego that makes us get the last word in and do whatever it takes to “win” the argument.
Here’s a secret. You don’t win an argument by being right. You win an argument by being humble and curious. (more…)
Can you believe the Republicans are trying to take away our civil rights?
Can you believe the Democrats are trying to stamp out religion?
Can you believe the UN is trying to govern what we do in the US of A?
Can you believe what THEY are trying to do to us?
I am so sick of these conversations. The people who get the most fired up about politics or current events are the same people who aren’t taking care of their own life. (more…)
This article is for managers, or people who want to be in management.
When I start coaching a manager, I ask them what a really good manager does. They inevitably tell me that good managers put out fires, answer questions, and remove obstacles that get in their employees way. “WRONG!” I tell them. Great coaching huh? (more…)