Tag Archives: Collaboration
I have often written that leadership is a topic for more than the boardrooms of America. We suffer from a lack of leadership all around, including our churches (my professional workspace), as well as in our homes. My wife gave … Continue reading
Has there ever been a time when you needed someone to challenge you to overcome an impending failure, but lacking their nudge, you ended up accepting some level of defeat? I remember a time in business when I had achieved … Continue reading
Like many of you, I took some time away with family for us all to relax and play together. Today, I want to share a few things you might want to consider doing when you return from a week or … Continue reading
Many leaders find their organizations to be resistant to the idea of adopting a collaborative leadership model at their very core. One condition that’s often a factor is that the organization is operating in a culture of mistrust. Competitive and … Continue reading
I am sharing an excerpt from Michael Hyatt’s blog this week (michaelhyatt.com). The author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World (Thomas Nelson), he is also the former Chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers. I strongly suggest you check him … Continue reading
Leadership has been defined as influence that causes others to act, change, or perform a desired task. Leaders have been known to wield their influence through authoritarian rule, vision casting, friendly persuasion, consensus building, and many other styles.