In this article, I talk about the importance of leadership decision-making and how it shows itself in everyday business. Read the insights here...
When is the last time that an obstacle you encountered knocked you down, pushed you around, and kicked you off track?
When is the last time you achieved something great and meaningful – without having to face a significant obstacle?
The difference between these two situations lies in your ability to be resilient. The ability to face whatever comes your way with […]
What should I do next? Isn’t that one of the most consistently asked questions. Every great leader, manager and professional needs to make these decisions well to be highly successful.
I challenge leaders to address this systemically by considering their thinking and decision making on what I call the ‘50 Choices Dilemma.’
Very briefly it goes like this: You have 50 things […]
“Gratitude is the precursor to joy” is one of my favorite quotes – and a great guide to living. In the midst of whatever is going on, personally and professionally, recognizing all that we are grateful for tunes your mind, attention, energy and spirit to a better state.
When you really need to be at […]
I am sure you have encountered this situation before. You give your client or colleague the absolute right answer to an important issue. Instead of being grateful, they don’t appreciate, respect, nor recognize the value of your solution, work, or contribution to them.
We all want and enjoy a meaningful relationship where people appreciate and recognize the value of our solutions […]
When it comes to better decision-making process and skills, understanding how people think, evaluate and decide is immensely valuable. Your ability to be effective with both making and communicating decisions increases dramatically when you know where someone is in terms of their processing. That includes recognizing what level they are operating on so you can help them make better decisions.
The greatest key to success in dealing with significant change is to understand that change must be led – it cannot be managed. Managing implies an orderly application of plans, processes, and resources. Unfortunately change is rarely easily contained and channeled with a simple plan, predictable processes, and simply telling your resources what you expect of them.
When you are leading […]
Here’s a link to a video that will add insight to today’s content – http://bit.ly/YourLineOfSight
Have you noticed how slow, inconsistent, and even incoherent most organizational decision-making is?
Have you wondered about what kind of process – if any – really exists for decision-making?
Whether you’re looking at your own organization’s ability to make meaningful decisions quickly, or your client’s inability to […]
What do the best and most successful leaders and organizations have and use that the less accomplished, under-performing leaders are missing?
The most successful have the keys to:
- Clearer focus about what is most important and valuable
- Faster decision making – at every level of the organization
- Aligning efforts towards achieving what most matters for success
- Connection to and sense of […]
Every leader knows that the quality of his or her questions is a reflection of the quality of their thinking and produces the quality they experience with their people.
For many years, clients have heard me say that leadership is far more about the questions than the answers. There are critical questions that:
- Define your focus
- Evaluate your progress
- Expand your […]