It’s human nature to want to be liked. But whenever it becomes a leadership motive, or the reason why you lead and make decisions, expect trouble.
Great leaders recognize situations in which decisions must be made. I’m not talking about just those day-in, day-out kinds of choices. I’m referring to the tough calls…
Research has shown that most change initiatives fail because of a lack of proper sponsorship from those who have to manage and drive it.
Have you ever thought you found that “sweet spot” in your business, then somebody or something pulled the rug out from under your feet?
Whether it’s an interpersonal conflict between two co-workers or an aspect of your products or services that aren’t delivering as expected, problems crop up and can wreak havoc.
There’s perhaps nothing more challenging for people than when they’re led by know-it-all, arrogant leaders.
You’ll not only foster employee morale, growth, and productivity but also attract the best and brightest talent throughout the course of your leadership life.
In a recent MAP client survey, our clients rated “follow-up” as one of the top loyalty drivers in our relationship with them. Interestingly, our clients rated this attribute higher than…
Picky people often get a bad rap. That’s because pervasive pickiness can slow down decision making, thwart progress, and cause tension among the different personalities on the team.
It’s been said that if you want to understand something about people’s values, pay attention to the key decisions they make and the actions they take.