Tag Archives: leadership

Shrinking the Leadership Gap in Your Organization

As we move through the beginning stages of the twenty-first century we find that there remains a growing leadership gap for our businesses.  These organizations need leaders who can effectively navigate the complex and changing situations of our times. Organizations need to assess who is… Continue reading

The Anatomy of Leader Decision Making

As a leader, decision making is one of your most important responsibilities. Staff members, clients, and your business community rely on your answers. Moving a company forward to reach goals and build prosperity depends on a leader decision-making process. Leader decision making is a blend… Continue reading

The Need for Civility Among Us

There is a definite need for civility among us.  If you are barely alive, you have been acutely aware of the term, civility, and how no one seems civil to anyone anymore. We see and hear this as we listen to news reports on television,… Continue reading

Finding Emerging Leaders—the Future of Your Organization Is at Stake

Growing a successful business organization is an ongoing endeavor. It takes solid leadership to ensure sustained, long term health and profitability.  Yet in the current global environment, we are experiencing a leadership void.   And it is inching toward crisis status.  Leadership development takes time to… Continue reading

The Nickerson Leadership Doctrine

Rarely do we analyze the belief systems that we hold near and dear.  Yet, as leaders, by truly recognizing and utilizing our belief systems, we can transform the way we approach our co-workers, our organizations and ourselves. Over our lifetimes, we collect a vast array… Continue reading

What It Means to Be an Authentic Leader & Why It Matters

We read a lot about how an effective leader is also an authentic leader.  But what does that mean, exactly, and why does authenticity matter?  Bill George, who pioneered the research on authentic leadership and wrote his seminal book on the subject in 2003, explains… Continue reading

How to Manage Stress in Your Life

The ability to manage stress is an ongoing challenge for many people.  A certain degree of stress is a normal part of living.  People adjust to life’s changes daily.  It seems when one stressful situation occurs, other stressors often follow!!  Sometimes it appears that stress… Continue reading

Transition from Entrepreneur to CEO Using These 5 Tips

Making the transition from entrepreneur to CEO of your company can be a challenge.  When you start out, you are the business.  You were responsible for growing all aspects of your business.  Yet. before you can grow your business and embark on the transition from… Continue reading

Inspiring Others At Work

The secret to inspiring others is to know the people whom you are inspiring. People react more positively when they know that leaders understand their personalities, values, aptitudes, and skill sets. Leadership happens in moments. It’s often the small, seemingly inconsequential occurrences that can positively… Continue reading

7 Core Leadership Competencies Every Business Professional Should Embrace

Leadership is an ongoing process of development.  No matter where you are in the organizational hierarchy, embracing core leadership competencies will pay dividends over time. Be aware that leaders are not defined by their years of service, their position on the organization chart, their title… Continue reading