How To Set Tactical Leaders Up For Success

How To Set Tactical Leaders Up For Success

Strategies can be theoretically elegant and practically useless without the right tactical leaders. Too many strategic leaders assume if they just set the direction and explain it well enough, everyone will follow them and they will succeed. Wrong. The direction needs...

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Onboarding Into The New Normal Post Covid-19

Onboarding Into The New Normal Post Covid-19

Covid-19 will have both temporary and enduring effects. It is both a crisis to be managed and a cause to hit a restart button to get yourself and your organization ready for the new normal. How you onboard into a new organization in the new normal is one particularly...

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When You Have To Cut, Cut Decisively

When You Have To Cut, Cut Decisively

The Powell Doctrine is to avoid war, using all the force necessary to achieve a decisive and successful ongoing result. Earlier, I wrote about applying that to business leadership. Here, let’s apply it to cutting back when you’re over-extended. Use the same steps,...

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Why All Should Tell Their Own Stories

Why All Should Tell Their Own Stories

Filters are bad. Connections are good. If you remember nothing else from this, remember that. Anytime anyone is relaying someone else’s story to you, it’s getting filtered, diluted and polluted with their biases. Don’t let that happen. Get to the source. Enable others...

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