E20- “Humility”

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThis week on the podcast we tackle the subject of humility. We will start by exploring the tricky balance leaders must find on the humility scale. Then we will talk about three things that can help you find the right place on that scale. 1) Feedback […]

E8- Leading Innovation- Autonomous Vehicles, “The Internet of Things” and You

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThis episode is about innovation, the future and you. To the skeptic, talk of the future seems ridiculous. Optimistic. Perhaps nieve or even childish. The future is coming and it will change everything about the world around you. Two trends in particular should make you take note…autonomous […]

E7- “Living the Values”-The Springer Theatre Academy, The Sea of Galilee and Aligned Decisions

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS Every organization has a set of values. We all say we stand for something. But do the values you have printed on your wall influence people to make real life decisions everyday?  Anyone in organizational life can learn from how the Springer Theatre Academy aligns their […]

E5- Hot Chocolate, Macaroni & Cheese, and Skittles for Breakfast

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSAfter spending a week at the Chattahoochee Council Boy Scouts Camp Frank G. Lumpkin, I reflect on a few unexpected leadership lessons that I observed. My special guest shares insight on what being a Boy Scout can teach you about addressing team member behavior and performance […]

Reserved Seating

Maybe the problem is not them…or it…or him…or her. Maybe the problem is you and your desperate fight to keep your front row, reserved seat. Not that there is anything wrong with you. You just want to have your needs met. You need to be recognized, preferred, esteemed, increased, remembered, set above others, noticed and […]

Quitting- 5 Reasons to Quit

“Over? It’s not over!  Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?”– Bluto. Animal House, 1978 I am a quitter.  There.  I said it. I was a freshman at a small private college 21 years ago.  This college had three or four “fraternities” and a few “sororities”.  These organizations were not the big organized […]