With so many leadership theories, where do you start? Here you will find a collection of lessons learned from working with and studying leaders in my own pursuit of becoming the best leader I can be for my team members.
Simplification is about stripping away the distractions and clutter that monopolize our attention and threaten our connection. – Kim John Payne
When we peel back the layers on the teams and units we see as having the best gear or training we actually find that the gear and advanced training are not what make them great. Those teams are at the top of their games because they become the best at the basics, they practice until their core competencies become second nature.
The way you spend your time is a result of the way you see your time and the way you really see your priorities. – Stephen R Covey Developing Team Guidelines I wrote a few months ago about the guiding values I gave my team on our first meeting. I used the picture of a … Continue reading Prioritizing Work: What should I do now?
Last year we returned from a year of studying in Ireland. After a year of reflection, I brought the following lessons home with me.