1. Figure Out What You Need To Delegate If you don’t successfully delegate, you will continue to do the busy work as opposed to Work of a Leader. What are you not good at? What do you not like to do because of time … Continue readingThe Start of the Delegation Process
Simple definition of Inertia: What moves, moves What stands still, stands still As a Leader what are you doing? Are you learning new skills and techniques or thinking you don’t need to learn more. Are you growing your knowledge or standing still thinking you already … Continue readingInerita
In September 2005, Jon M. Huntsman, Sr. traveled to China. He was at a business school in Shanghai to speak about his recently published book, Winners Never Cheat, but in an off-the-cuff detour that fascinated his audience, he ended up talking about funerals. “I have attended … Continue readingJon M. Huntsman, Sr. * Lessons from a Compassionate Leader
War brings the kind of duress that can force even old-style militaries to change. Ukraine has faced just that situation as it continues to battle Russia in the Crimea and elsewhere. In the corporate world, businesses also can find themselves in a competitive war. CEOs … Continue readingWhat Leadership Lessons Can Business Learn from Ukraine’s War?
Why do some people refuse to develop their EQ even when it could help them? Why do some people refuse to grow their ability to control their emotions? Please comment below.
Why EQ Why should it be added to all training! Companies have demonstrated that using EQ in training and organizational climate change can reduce costs associated with turnover, absenteeism, and low performance. Research has provided clear evidence that emotionally intelligent leaders are more successful. Many … Continue readingWhy EQ
Remember: Experience has proven that the more minds you bring to a problem, the better solution you tend to get. It’s the difference between one person having 25 years of experience and 25 people having 500 years of experience. The 500 group tends to always win out. Find … Continue readingOne Mind, One Poor Solution
To break the vicious lack-of-time cycle, a Leader needs the right person to delegate to and a willingness to invest the time it will take to train that person to perform a given task. A Leader must trust themselves and their team.
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