This is not a political statement. In fact, for this I urge you to put your political leanings aside. It’s important for leaders to learn… Read More »What Can You Learn From the Response to the Virus?
In leading your team, think of diversity not as race, ethnicity, gender, or any other category. For you, as a leader, diversity refers to just one concept – individuals.
Customers complain. It’s a fact of business life. Sometimes they have a valid complaint, but often they’re just cranky, having a bad day, or upset… Read More »What Customer Complaints May Really Mean
Introvert or extrovert. Most psychological tests apply this label and in popular definitions, extroverts are seen as outgoing, fun-loving, and gregarious. Introverts are seen as… Read More »Introvert and Extrovert: Labels, Not Capabilities
If you look up the definitions of responsibility and accountability you’ll find they are used interchangeably. But there is a subtle yet important difference between… Read More »Responsibility and Accountability: They’re the Same, Just Different
Most of the graduation ceremonies and celebrations are over now. Young people, and some not so young, have rightly celebrated great achievements and are now… Read More »A Word to the Recent Graduate’s New Leaders