Monthly Archives: September 2014

People Centric Pt. 1

“When it comes to business success, it is all about people, people, people.” —Richard Branson There was a time in my business when I liked people and valued them, but didn’t put them first. I was wrapped up in business-as-usual. I didn’t realize until later, that business-as-usual was the last thing I wanted. Then, I […]

Great Leaders Ask

Peter Drucker said, “The leader of the past may have been a person who knew how to tell, but the leader of the future will be a person who knows how to ask.”  I believe that’s true. In my last two posts, titled Great Leaders Build and Great Leaders Empower, I addressed the importance of […]

Great Leaders Empower

In my last post, titled, Great Leaders Build, I explained that a leader’s greatest contribution lies in building his or her people. That means investing in them, helping them grow, and empowering them to succeed. But how do great leaders build and empower their team members? The Oxford English Dictionary defines empowerment as: 1.  Giving someone […]

Great Leaders Build

Great Leaders Build

Leaders live in a construction zone. They don’t visit periodically. They don’t show up for inspections. They don’t count the money and go home. Great leaders never leave. Why? Because they are constantly building. Building their vision. Building their network. Building their products and services. As Robert Collier said, “The great successful men (and women) […]

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