26 10, 2016

3 Simple Tips To Improve Accountability

By |October 26th, 2016|

Accountability is a word that causes all kinds of feelings.

Feelings of Guilt
Like, “Gosh, I’ve totally forgotten that. I better email them quickly.”

And then you keep on postponing that email because you feel so bad!

Feelings of Blame
Thoughts are, “I walk my talk. But – oh my goodness – it’s the people in my environment who mismanage […]

19 10, 2016

Your Leadership Guide To Resilience

By |October 19th, 2016|

Do you believe that talent is something you’re born with? And if that specific talent is missing, well then better give up or even better: don’t start. Then you’re more likely to be devastated by adversity. You’ll think something like, “I knew it. I’ll never be good at this. I’m not going to continue.”


Do you […]

12 10, 2016

Do You Make This Leadership Mistake?

By |October 12th, 2016|

“You’re kidding me.”

That was my first thought.

“Not in current times.”

That was my second thought.

I asked again. The four people at the table looked at me, nodded “yes” with their heads, and confirmed.

I was presenting “Leading with Influence” for AWWA (Rocky Mountain) when this conversation happened.

And it shocked me. It really shocked me.

Our conversation topic was, […]

5 10, 2016

A Vulnerable Leader Is A Strong Leader

By |October 5th, 2016|

What do Superman, Wonderwoman, and a leader have in common?

Their iconic dress code? That would change the look of the work place!

No, that’s not it.

Sometimes I meet with a client who thinks that leadership requires being some kind of Superman or Wonderwoman. They need to be a super human who is strong, solves all the […]