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Top 10 Leadership Blunders: #7
It’s hard to imagine that any inspirational leader today would stoop so low as to take credit for the work of his or her people. This is usually only seen as a plot device in movies. Yet, sadly, it still occurs in the corporate world.
A few years ago, one of my clients...
Top 10 Leadership Blunders: #8
When you first get promoted into a position of leadership, one of the first things you are likely to notice is that things that former peers let you get away with when you were “one of them” will now come back to haunt you because of your new role. And guess what? The higher up you go, the more criticism you will receive for your flaws that your “buddies” never seemed to mind.
The reason for this is...
Top 10 Leadership Blunders: #9
Years ago, I was doing some team building training with one of my clients in Knoxville, Tennessee. The company printed checks. One of the problems they encountered was the plate they used to print checks kept getting waterlog marks on it, which were coming off on the checks. This is a major problem because the quality of the checks suffered. This went on for quite some time until one day...
Top 10 Leadership Blunders - #10:
Today begins a 10-week series on leadership blunders. If some of them seem familiar to you, don’t be traumatized. I’ve rarely met a new leader that didn’t make most of them—if not all of them (yours truly included).
Years ago, one of my client contacts left his job to accept a sales manager position at a printing company. Not long after he got there...
Communicating With Difficult People.
Most of us have encountered people that are just plain difficult. They are difficult to talk to, collaborate with, get results from, work with on a team, so on, and so on. You get the idea and you are probably already thinking about someone who fits this description. Knowing how to handle difficult people is
Match Your Marketing To Your Budget.
Most small businesses struggle with their marketing budget. The main reason is it’s hard to know if you’re getting a good return for the amount of money you spend. Just like sales, it may take you years to recoup an effort you put into a marketing campaign (if you have recoup it at all). But that’s not an excuse for not promoting your business. You have to want everybody to know you you’re out there.
There are several good ways to do this. The first is...
It's Not Too Early For Next Year's Goals
You’re probably wondering why I am already on your back about setting your goals for next year when it’s only the beginning of September. Having written out a goal list for the last 19 years, I have learned that now is the perfect time to get started on next year’s goal list.
Hopefully, you already have...
Is courage or fear running your life?
Let’s face it, our lives are never-ending series of decisions we must make to get through it. The question is, are you letting fear or courage run your life? How would you know? Would you be surprised to learn that 70% of all the decisions we make are designed to...
Stop making the same mistakes twice.
How good is your financial planner?
If you’re going to be in business, you need to think long term as well short term. It doesn’t make sense to work as hard as you have to in order to run your own business and not have anything to show for it when you sell it or retire...