Leadership Is Lonely

We expect leaders to be strong, decisive, and resilient. We don’t expect that leadership is lonely. But, it can be. Leaders have the pressure of an entire company on their shoulders. And they carry that weight all by themselves, knowing that despite all the...

Three Ways Small Business Owners Can Improve Their Leadership Skills

Small business owners usually have various responsibilities, often juggling marketing and sales while attending to administrative tasks. As a result, it’s not always easy for small management teams or even one person in charge to keep up with all aspects of...

Quit Letting Other People Drive Your Productivity!

If you’re like most people, your productivity is being held back by other people. In this blog post, I will share how to stop letting others drive your productivity and start taking control of your schedule. Here are three ways you can take the reins of your...

Leadership Development Culture – The Future for Your Business

Crucial for a company’s long-term success is building a leadership development culture. As your company grows, executives should not just hope that a leader will emerge from their ranks, or they’ll end up scrambling when it’s time to transition into...

Business Growth – 3 Strategies When You Hit a Plateau

Leaders often grow their company to a point where business growth stagnates and hits a plateau. Successful leaders can take three steps that position them to break through that plateau, even higher levels of success. The first is developing a culture of leadership...

Three Steps to Build a Culture of Accountability

Leaders, managers, and business owners know that creating a culture of accountability is vital for the success of their company. Accountability breeds responsibility which in turn creates urgency. While there are many ways to create an environment where people feel...