Category: Leadership Coaching

Leverage: Diminisher or Multiplier?

I’ve been asked over the past 3 weeks by different people from different parts of the world this question: How can I build my team with the right kind of people? I’ve provided a wide variety of answers, ideas, suggestions

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Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Leveraging Your Team for Greater Impact I’m a sucker for historical biographies. The one that’s got me hooked right now is a book called “The Boys in the Boat” by Daniel James Brown. It tells the inspiring story of nine

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Simple Goals

We’ve been talking about GOALS this month. The purpose is to help you understand the importance of creating goals in your life and in your work. I’ve received some comments from people who are just overwhelmed by the work involved

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The Goal

Years ago, someone gave me the book, “The Goal”, by Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox. I remember picking it up years ago, and thinking that it was a book about “Goal Setting”, only to be disappointed at first that

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Get In The Ring: Embracing Healthy Conflict In Your Team

As Patrick Lencioni said in his book The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, “Fear of Conflict” is one of the things that can cripple a team. I used to avoid conflict because it made me feel uncomfortable, over the last few

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What Does A Healthy Team Look Like?

Have you ever been a part of a “Healthy Team”? Think of all the teams you’ve been a part of over the course of your life: sports teams, academic teams, work teams, leadership teams, families, service teams, study teams, travel

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Even the Lone Ranger had Tonto

As a kid, I grew up watching old reruns of the “Lone Ranger”. And recently I came across this joke… One day, the Lone Ranger and Tonto were out on patrol when they came to a mountain pass. As they

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Who Moved My Cheese – Making Change Work For You

Change is something that we go through often. I just had a child graduate from College. Her life has changed and will change. I have a son graduating from High School in a month. If he only knew the change

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Three Things I Realized About Change

I realized recently that there is something constant about change. That change happens constantly. Let me explain. Exactly five years ago, I was in a situation that I had to make critical life decisions, very similar to where I am

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Change: A Thrill Ride or Deep Waters?

Take a moment and look at the following picture: Now, what do you think would happen if someone didn’t heed to the warning of slowing down around the turn? Yep, you got it… they could end up in “deep water”! Have

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