Talent Engagement Cycle

I introduced the five stages of the talent engagement cycle in my last blog post because I am on a mission to revolutionize company culture and leadership. The stages are: Self-Engagement The talent engagement cycle I’ve developed begins with self-engagement. One of my key themes for my speaking engagements is “Put YOUR Oxygen Mask OnContinue reading “Talent Engagement Cycle”

Talent Engagement Cycle

Burnout. Gossip. Silos. Barriers. Drama. Toxicity. Micro-Management. Sunday Scaries. All talent engagement challenges. More and more people dread Mondays, or whatever your first day is for the work week. I don’t think more pizza or doughnuts solve the problem. Ping pong tables don’t. You can’t fool generations with “things”. Many businesses are trying to attractContinue reading “Talent Engagement Cycle”

Leading Through Crisis-5 Key Crisis Elements

The Final Piece Last time, I share with you some of the key elements of leadership in a crisis. More important than knowing these elements, is how you integrate them into your personal and professional development. What is the next step you should take? Next, in this last part of the series, let’s hear moreContinue reading “Leading Through Crisis-5 Key Crisis Elements”

Leading Through Crisis-6 Elements

Part 3/Leadership Principles-cont. Part 2 Last time I went into some detail the 1) Leadership Is Influence, 2) Everything Rises and Falls on Leadership, and 3) How We View Things is How We Do Things. With those three general leadership principles in mind, what are some of the key elements of leadership during a crisis?Continue reading “Leading Through Crisis-6 Elements”

Leading Through Crisis-Part 2/ Leadership

Part Two of the Leading Through Crisis series There are three general leadership principles that I’d like to share first. It IS important to know throughout this article that we are ALL leaders. Your title is meaningless as it relates to the definition of a leader. The first principle of leadership is… LEADERSHIP IS INFLUENCEContinue reading “Leading Through Crisis-Part 2/ Leadership”

Leading Through Crisis

The crisis doesn’t matter with the right leadership. The skills matter. A crisis is a great divider among leaders. By reading this article, you will take another big step toward your own personal and professional growth. “Leading Through Crisis” was designed by John C. Maxwell with you in mind. I hope this is just oneContinue reading “Leading Through Crisis”

7 Amazing Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned from Golf

Lessons 6 & 7 COUNTING ON COMMITMENT When you make a commitment, you must follow through, especially as a volunteer. That’s even more true in leadership. Others are counting on you, yet still others will often step up. It was sad when volunteers didn’t show up, but fortunately it was rare. It made the jobsContinue reading “7 Amazing Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned from Golf”

7 Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned From Golf (continued)

Lessons 4/5 of 7… TAP YOUR CAPAcknowledging recognition and gratitude is an important part of the game. Players will at least tap, if not tip, their cap after the spectators applaud. Competitors will also often make a comment or gesture as well, to recognize good play. At the end of the eighteen holes, players takeContinue reading “7 Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned From Golf (continued)”

7 Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned From Golf (continued)

Lesson 2&3 of 7 RESPECT THE SILENCE Addressing the ball is an amazing aspect of golf. When the golfer is at their ball, they are preparing to hit or putt their shot at the hole. When they approach/address the ball, it is amazing how quiet the hundreds, even thousands, of people can get. The spectatorsContinue reading “7 Leadership Lessons a Non-Golfer Learned From Golf (continued)”