If something is not right with your team, your approach, and/or your results, are you prepared to diagnose the problem and take decisive action?
As a CEO, the path to achieving sustainable success requires remaining focused on the most important tasks at hand, and not allowing yourself to be distracted.
The annual Register Great Bike Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) was held last week, reminding me of lessons learned by completing it six years ago, including the value of getting out of my comfort zone and the importance of preparation. These and other lessons have practical applications in the world of business.
Balancing the tension between risk and reward in pursuing the goals of an organization is an attribute that first-time leaders can learn by observing others, joining a peer group, or engaging an executive coach.
An executive who excels wherever they go has a diverse background that includes a perspective that others do not. How to discern the difference between a “one-hit-wonder” and a consistent performer when recruiting a new leader.
On Induction Day at the Naval Academy our Superintendent spoke to us about three things that have become the bedrock of a leadership style I have tried to pass on throughout my career. Commitment, accountability, and the Honor Concept.