A little boy. A grandfather’s bond. A journey for everyone seeking life’s meanings, including the need to set aside self-ego and blossoming into awakened leadership.
Reviewing Alan E. Shelton’s new book takes leaders on a journey letting them grow beyond themselves, a practical path readers can all benefit from…
This is a question you probably have asked yourself, at some point in your life. Odds are you have asked the question more than once. Once for each new job, each new profession, each new…
The question tends to be ‘professionally’ oriented when it is being asked. How long until you can consider yourself an experienced…whatever it is you are?
Its one of those little unspoken secrets. It’s probably right up there with publicly discussion your salary, an ex-spouse, or venereal disease. Very few people publicly acknowledge making use of coaching.
My expectation is that many fear it will reflect negatively upon them. If you’re a senior leader, perhaps there is fear that to admit coaching is to admit a weakness. Of course, in highly competitive environments, such as in C-suite, it might also be viewed as a competitive secret!
Apple, Starbucks, Dell, and others are frequently lauded for their incredible successes. Yet each was on the verge of becoming failures…at points after their initial successes. Why?
Is it just Leadership? Or, was it Process-based?
Book review, for leaders who are *struggling to steady their leadership compass; *wonder why their teams do not seem to trust them; *or are looking for ways to help their teams share their values.