Articles and insights on work, success and what you need to know to become a better and better version of your best self.
Great leaders are like great bump skiers, they have a clear view of how to get from here to there. Learn how visualizing the line before hitting the slope gives leaders their edge.
It’s my opinion that Trust is one of our most most valuable assets. As social creatures, we are dependent on it, yet we live in a world filled with trust issues. What can we do about it as leaders, groups, companies, communities… and as humans?
In this essay, I’m introducing an overview of why we Humans are the way we are and why leaders, young and old, need to focus on a few very core things if they want to build great teams and great organizations (aka tribes).
Work can be almost anything you love to do — something others value so much that you get to be paid for doing that thing you do so well. I hope this new thinking about Work will inspire you!
I've spent decades helping teams build great companies. For the past 10 years, I've also been exploring ideas about the value of work. It's a topic I'm passionate about. To share this new thinking with you, here is the first of a series of essays published on...
What really distinguishes A Players, B Players, C Players, and D Players? In this piece, I explore how leaders can leverage skills, experience and passion into employees performance reviews and development feedback sessions.