Basically, when it all boils down to it, there are only 3 main characteristics that go to make up an effective manager or team leader. These 3 traits keep coming up time and time again in our conversations with employees. What are they? Look below and take them in. […]
It’s easy to recognize the need for real leadership in today’s world. Just glance the headlines in any newspaper and you will notice that the quality of leadership is the first thing questioned whenever something goes awry in society, the world of business or government.
Even in the world of sports, it’s often not the play of the athletes; but instead, the leadership that falls under the heaviest scrutiny if a team doesn’t play well. In most cases, the coaching staff will be dismantled as a sign that change is being implemented, before roster changes are made.
Change the leadership and perhaps players will play to their expectations because the culture and environment have changed.
An explorer is only as good as the map that navigates them. A child has a better chance of succeeding in life with good teachers and role models providing them solid direction. A building doesn’t get built without an architect drawing up specs to relay vision and direction to the builders.
And many people, regardless of individual skills or intelligence, can only come together as a team or perform to their highest ability when quality leadership is present.
So, what exactly makes a good leader? […]
I’ve just seen it again. What’s going on here? I talked about it a few months back, and I’m certainly not out there looking for it…
Leaders with whom I have worked closely and admire, leaders who are people of integrity, are well-liked and respected and yet somehow, they make poor decisions, miss vital information, get the dynamics wrong and miss opportunities. Why? What goes wrong? […]