Often when the leader speaks first the team realizes it doesn’t matter what they say, the leader wants it done one way, theirs. As a team leader, I want input, open communication. I must be careful, however, not to speak first, but let others have input.Read More
I like to run but not 200 miles all at once.Read More
I run races, two types: those that involve actual running and the other one described in Hebrews 12:1.Read More
He began to outline the logistics of how groups were organized and how often they met. As I pressed farther into his process I begin to ask how strategic decisions were made and who was involved in these. That's when these three words were spoken: View, Voice, Vote.Read More
I know that some of us wouldn’t have kept going without…Encouragement.Read More
What do you think? A simple question but it could be one of the most powerful questions a leader can ask.Within those simple words lay the power to collaborative leadership.Read More
Reviews are a necessary part of any work organization where progress and growth are expected.
However, I have come to believe that the “end of the year” review is something that employees dread and are often detrimental to staff moral.
The job seemed simple. We had all the materials and detailed instructions, but after more than two hours the task had done us in.Read More
In the work environment we can often either get lost focusing on the future or the immediate. To secure success we need a balance of both.Read More